On a recent trip to NYC we stopped in at Berry Campbell on West 24th, to see the Syd Solomon (1917-2004) exhibition - which was the highlight of my very limited time in Chelsea. An abstract expressionist, his work involves and energizes space. The paintings are perpetually sensuous and enigmatic - full of life, colour and questions. His paintings lingered in my mind - I loved their chunky organic vibrancy. This diptych is a reference to his work "Reefscape". Price shown includes dark grey floating frame shown in images.
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Coral Reef (diptych)
- acrylic on canvas board
- 24" x 52" x 2"
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