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Title:Paul Gruhler - Harmonics: 60 Years of Life in Art
Date:7/16/2021 - 8/29/2021
Address:Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick Street, Greensboro, VT 05841
Location:Greensboro, VT
Hours:11:00am - 4:00pm
Cost/Cover:free
Web Page:https://highlandartsvt.org/calendar/
Contact Info:802-533-2000
Details:The Gallery at Highland Center for the Arts (HCA), in Greensboro, Vermont, is pleased to present Paul Gruhler’s Harmonics: 60 Years of Life in Art from July 16-August 29, 2021. The HCA exhibition will present the early work from his collection–—his Chelsea Series (1963-1978). Post World War II, American artists were experimenting with two veins of abstraction – Abstract Expressionism and Geometric Abstraction. Abstract Expressionism burst onto the scene in the late 1940’s with daring emotionalism, impulsiveness and a signature gestural brushwork. Jackson Pollock (American 1912-1952), Clyfford Still (American, 1904-1980) and Mark Rothko (Lithuanian-American, 1903-1970) created work expressing internal, often existential, perspectives in monumental scale, demonstrating new applications of paint and new technique. A decade later, and in reaction to the Abstract Expressionists, the more distilled, calculated style of Geometric Abstraction, emerged on the art scene. They delivered the antithesis of the action painters’ spontaneous brush strokes. Geometric abstractionists of the mid-twentieth century used a more minimalist, controlled, hard-edge style to unify, simplify and celebrate the basic visual elements of form, line, texture, color, scale and structure. For many geometric abstractionists, such as Agnes Martin (American, 1912-2004), Ellsworth Kelley (American, 1925-2015), and Ad Reinhardt (American, 1913-1967) a final work of art represented a visual sensation, a feeling or idea, divorced from literal representation. Frank Stella (American, b.1936) famously summarized this style: “What you see is what you see.”


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