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Goodwin and Robischon shows prove abstraction is still a force in contemporary art

"Snowflake," by Bryan Nash Gill, pine.

Michael Paglia's review of Material Abstraction at the Robischon Gallery (through June 30) and Bryan Nash Gill: Cut Wood at Goodwin Fine Art (through June 22) explores contemporary abstraction while showcasing pieces by regional and national artists. Both shows, he writes, help "to prove that abstraction is still a major force in contemporary art."

Continue reading Paglia's review: "Abstraction continues to make a stand at the Robischon and Goodwin galleries."

Below are some images from the shows.

"Portal," by Linda Fleming, chromed steel. Robischon Gallery. "Downburst," by Reed Danziger, mixed media on panel. Robischon Gallery. "Sandbag (Red)," by John McEnroe, resin, nylon and sand. Robischon Gallery. "Untitled 32," by Derrick Velasquez, vinyl and maple. Robischon Gallery.

Images from Bryan Nash Gill: Cut Wood at Goodwin Fine Art are on the next page.

"Pyramid 5," by Bryan Nash Gill, tulip poplar. "Deconstructed Cube #1," by Bryan Nash Gill, monoprint with Chine-collé. "Deconstructed Cube #2," by Bryan Nash Gill, monoprint with Chine-collé. "Deconstructed Cube," by Bryan Nash Gill, pine.

More images from Bryan Nash Gill: Cut Wood at Goodwin Fine Art are on the next page.

"Ash," by Bryan Nash Gill, relief print. "Deconstructed Cube #4," by Bryan Nash Gill, monoprint with Chine-collé. "Deconstructed Cube #5," by Bryan Nash Gill, monoprint with Chine-collé. "Three Stacks," by Bryan Nash Gill, relief print.

Images from Material Abstraction at Robischon Gallery are on the next page.

"Lost in Space," by Ted Larsen, salvaged steel and rivets. Robischon Gallery. "Blaze," by Jamie Brunson, oil, alkyd wax on polyester over panel. Robischon Gallery. "Black Jawbreaker Book," by Terry Maker, resin and mixed media. Robischon Gallery. "Love Madness 04," by Lisa Stefanelli, automotive paint and enamel on panel. Robischon Gallery. "Frond Falls Orange 2," by Katy Stone, acrylic on Duralar and paper. Robischon Gallery. "She Had An Elegance, But Something Seemed A Tad Fake," by Tyler Beard, sculpture. Robischon Gallery.


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