Exhibit Dates: August 18 - October 27, 2019
This show features the work of two abstract artists in dialogue. Through variation within a series, Clytie Alexander creates both motion and stillness in her paintings. She uses light and color to draw viewers attention to the surrounding space of the gallery as much as to the paintings themselves.
Hudson Valley artist Raoul Hagues (1904 1993) wood sculptures are filled with spatial intensity and profoundly shift their visual identity with changes in the viewers vantage point. His finished sculptures often resemble the tree trunks they once were.