DOUGLASS FREED: Reflective Landscapes
The landscapes of Douglass Freed can seldom be contained to one canvas. His minimalistic and almost ambiguous images of horizons, clouds, and bodies of water pour onto adjoining spaces where their forms shift in color and light as if they have transformed into entirely different pieces, but they remain undeniably suited to one another. While his pieces vary from quiet, monochromatic works to fully orchestrated chromatic ones, in either sense, he creates places that simultaneously imply reality and a dreamlike, even spiritual, serenity. He captures and holds onto the viewer's gaze, creating an experience that few can. Through his harmonious use of blended color, texture, and structure, Freed finds the grey area between traditional landscape painting and its abstraction into color fields.
The exhibition will run from December 7th to January 11th. The opening reception is on December 6th.
The gallery is open and free to the public from 10am to 5om Wednesday through Saturday, and by appointment. The gallery will be closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day.
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