New paintings

 

Oil Paintings and Constructs. February 5th – March 4th 2008 

The High Studio, Moorpark 

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I have four paintings at the High gallery, two that have been in recent shows and two that I have never shown before.

Frank Looks Down is a big piece, eight feet high by four wide, an Orwellian face glowering out of the canvas, and Michael Angelos is a portrait of the singer from the 90’s LA band Plexi.

The never-seen-before works are a pair of paintings of Lynn Hyndman. I particularly like the very, very dark painting, Lynn Blue which has a barely visible half-lit face concealed in an almost black background. I painted it just before I wrecked my Jeep in 1997 and never showed it to anybody.

You can see the four paintings at the Opening reception on Saturday February 9th at the High Studio in Moorpark from 6.00 –  8.00 pm.

About pearce

Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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