“The artist constructs a new symbol with his brush. This symbol is not a recognizable form of anything which is already finished, already made, already existing in the world—it is a symbol of a new world, which is being built upon and which exists by way of people.”
New York artist James Kennedy brings his beautifully rendered constructivist works to the Mindy Solomon Gallery from September 15th – November 3rd, 2012, with an Opening Reception from 6-8pm and Artist Talk at 6:30pm Saturday, September 15th. Kennedy’s paintings to date have consisted of complex spatial arrangements that are both painted and built through a process of hard-edge technique coupled with varying dilutions of media. The result is a unified visceral surface that is so knitted in structure it is frequently perceived to be collage.
Kennedy’s work is highly sought-after, finding homes in important public and private collections all over the United States. Mindy Solomon Gallery is proud to present Kennedy’s first solo exhibition in the Southeast United States.
Exhibit Information: Mindy Solomon Gallery presents ‘Constructions and Compositions‘ Sepember 15th – November 3rd, with an Opening Reception from 6-8pm and Artist Talk at 6:30pm Saturday, September 15th. Read on for the Curators Statement. Mindy Solomon Gallery is located at 124 2nd Ave. NE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. The gallery is open Wednesday-Saturday from 11am-5pm. Call 727-502-0852 or visit www.mindysolomon.com for more information.