Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Theibaud's take on Morandi and Nathan Hoffman's Opening at Teller's

Wayne Thiebaud Two Cheese Cubes 2011

An exhibition of works by Wayne Thiebaud was held recently at the Museuo Morandi in Italy.  Along with Theibaud's paintings, works by Giorgio Morandi were also shown.  In an interview, Thiebaud says this of Morandi's work: There’s always that kind of “not quite” with Morandi and yet the feeling of totality is so nicely complete. It’s always a joy to look at his work. He also cautions us painters against the idea of over doing. It’s alright to have drama but not melodrama. So many good lessons.
Read the full interview from Art News Here:http://www.artnews.com/2011/11/08/object-lessons/



Photo of Morandi


Tonight we'll be stopping by Nathan Hoffman's opening In Bloom, where he will show his small encaustic paintings at Teller's is at 746 Massachuesetts Street. The opening is from 6-8p.m.

Here is our pic we took of Nathan at the last Final Friday. 

 Work From Nathan's Thesis Show

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