Valeri Larko: Industrial plein air

Valeri Larko, “Third Avenue Bridge,” 2008, 30″ x 55,” oil on linen. Valeri Larko, “Rusting Gantries, Bronx,” 2008, 30″x50,” oil on linen. Valeri Larko, “Pier, Bronx,” 2007, 20″ x 62,” oil on linen. While attending art school in New Jersey Valeri Larko began painting plein air landscapes and soon turned to the industrial settings in … read more… “Valeri Larko: Industrial plein air”

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Poured, pulled, rolled, slumped, sliced, dripped, swiped, squirted, pieced, and scraped paint in New Jersey

  In the Newark Star Ledger Dan Bischoff reports that “Material Color” at the Hunterdon Art Museum brings together abstract art made out of color — not paint alone, but color that has become an almost three-dimensional object in itself. “Peter Fox’s ‘Royaume’ (2008) is a good example — a six-foot-square canvas covered with loops … read more… “Poured, pulled, rolled, slumped, sliced, dripped, swiped, squirted, pieced, and scraped paint in New Jersey”

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