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Special Preview: Robert Hardgrave’s “Momentous”


Artist Robert Hardgrave (HF Vol.8) presents 15 new paintings at NYC's Joshua Liner Gallery January 9th. Given the dawn of a new decade, the show's theme is very appropriate. Hardgrave tells HF: "All of the works in "Momentous", deal with aspects of time. Whether it be our current place in history, the ancient past or the upcoming future, I explored the concept in different ways. I made sewn collage pieces which represent the layers of time as an accumulated mass, monochromatic paintings depicting the origins of life, while other, more vibrant paintings, are explorations into the future." See preview images and studio shots here.

Artist Robert Hardgrave (HF Vol.8) presents 15 new paintings at NYC’s Joshua Liner Gallery January 9th. Given the dawn of a new decade, the show’s theme is very appropriate. Hardgrave tells HF: “All of the works in “Momentous”, deal with aspects of time. Whether it be our current place in history, the ancient past or the upcoming future, I explored the concept in different ways. I made sewn collage pieces which represent the layers of time as an accumulated mass, monochromatic paintings depicting the origins of life, while other, more vibrant paintings, are explorations into the future. I discovered many new avenues to examine and am eager to share these new works with everyone.” See preview images and studio shots beow.

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