Thursday, June 03, 2010

Gregg Chadwick @ Artwalk Culver City June 5th, 2010

From the curator:

New Paintings By Gregg Chadwick
Artwalk Culver City 2010

“In Gregg Chadwick’s paintings there is an elegiac tone, a kind of nostalgia for a manifestation of the purely spiritual that most of us can never hope to attain. The paintings are truly captivating in that they invite us irresistibly into their spaces and hold the attention there in their swirl of light and color, suggesting inexhaustible depths of experience for the eye to explore.”
-Peter Clothier

It is my pleasure to feature Gregg Chadwick’s artwork to a growing audience at the Artwalk Culver City 2010. Chadwick’s vision is global and inclusive. The paintings in Murmurs encourage viewers to travel into their haunting beauty. Fittingly, within the past year Chadwick’s paintings have entered collections in Tokyo, Rio, Paris, and Amsterdam as well as Los Angeles, San Francisco and Boston.

Chadwick is currently at work on paintings for a major exhibition slated to open in October 2010 at the Manifesta Maastricht Gallery located in the historic city of Maastricht in the Netherlands. A book on his art will be published in conjunction with this exhibit.

Another solo show of Chadwick’s work is set to open at the Monterey College Art Gallery in October 2011. Gregg Chadwick’s painting Painter and Model will be exhibited in the Julie Nester Gallery’s exploration of the self-portrait in contemporary art. The exhibition opens on June 14, 2010 in Park City, Utah.

Saturday, June 5, 2010 from 12-8pm
Artwalk Culver City 2010

@ SP, 8540 Washington Blvd., Culver City, California 90232

Curated by Kelly Colbert
more info: 919 225 9370


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