Hue and Me

Addington Gallery, Chicago, September-October, 2020

It feels good to be showing again. My solo, Hue & Me, was scheduled to open at Addington Gallery in Chicago on May 1. Then you-know-what happened and we went into quarantine mode. Dan Addington, the gallery's owner and director, suggested we postpone the show until the beginning of the Fall season. On September 12 Dan opened the doors to a superbly installed show. I flew in for a masked and socially distanced afternoon opening. 

Panoramic view of my paintings in Hue and Me at Addington Gallery, Chicago

View of the show as we turn clockwise in the gallery

Silk Road 482, 2020, encaustic on panel, 24 x 24 inches

Silk Road 484, 2020, encaustic on panel, 24 x 24 inches

Silk Road 483, 2020, encaustic on panel, 24 x 24 inches

Silk Road 488, 2020, encaustic on panel, 24 x 24 inches

Continuing clockwise around the gallery

Silk Road 486, 2020, encaustic on panel, 24 x 24 inches

Continuing around the gallery

Detail of Silk Road 486, in foreground above

Not quite the same order as hung on the gallery wall, but a full-on view of the six paintings show in the photo above

The exhibition catalog, which contains the gallerist's essay and my own statement about the work, features images from the exhibition with some detail views. Viewable online at no charge, it is also available for purchase.