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Exploration of Abstraction
January 13 through March 10, 2007
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 13, 2007 - 2 to 5pm
The imagery of LEONARD EDMONDSON invokes dreams of
'almost remembered' forms, feelings and spaces. From dense
fabrics of complex lines - laid in and scratched out - to misty ethers
with elusive semi-figures, the artist creates visual mysteries,
Edmondson - whether in prints, drawings or paintings - uses innovative materials and methods. In Curiouser and Curiouser, he uses a hole punch and a sharp stylus dragged across the sheet to create a complex sense of texture and depth. Similar textures are achieved in his paintings and prints.
Our exhibition focuses upon
Edmondson’s printmaking. Etching was his passion; he employed the
technique of viscosity etching, influenced by Stanley William
Hayter. His screenprints, woodcuts and lithographs are equally
successful. Examples of each of these techniques are also offered.
For more images and biographical data, email: email@example.com
Also showing: Bonnie Stone - A Woman's Touch