Full Color Fall at HEDGE

Mark Howard Untitled #58 (Red Moon), Acrylic on Burlap, 32 X 40 inches (unframed), 2021

This September, HEDGE Gallery is thrilled to open IN COLOR, an exhibition of new work by Mark Howard.

His recent projects include further investigations of abstraction and the interaction of color and shape. Expressive forms reflecting a wide range of emotions are carefully balanced in paintings and collage. While Howard attended the Cleveland Institute of Art from 1981 to 1986, Cleveland artists such as Julian Stanczak, Wenda von Weiss and Ed Mieczkowski influenced his work. It is perhaps now more than ever that Mark Howard is developing a unique sense of abstraction, instilled in him over thirty years ago during his early art career.

David King, Picnic Basket, pastel on board, 19 X 32 inches.

In November, HEDGE will feature Show and Tell-Domestic Narratives, new paintings by David King.

The inception of King’s new series started from a personal perspective, but has evolved into more of a universal reflection on family, allowing interpretation of the stories of both friends and strangers.

King states, “as a father and educator, ‘show and tell’ has always played an important role in my life. It was my favorite activity in elementary school. I love sharing my stories and hearing everyone’s family folklore told through objects and experiences.”

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Mark Howard: IN COLOR, September

David King: Show and Tell-Domestic Narratives, November