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Preview: Oliver Vernon’s “Renegade Trajectories” at Joshua Liner Gallery

Reinterpreting the notion of the sublime — that moment of being completely overwhelmed by the power of nature — Oliver Vernon (Hi-Fructose Vol. 17 cover artist) creates abstract paintings with sweeping vistas that could be viewed as hallucinatory landscapes. Vernon has a solo show opening tonight, May 30, at New York's Joshua Liner Gallery titled "Renegade Trajectories" that features new paintings and sumi ink works on paper. In some of the new pieces, Vernon plays up the angular, geometric style of his work, but in others, he obliterates it, wiping out recognizable forms and leaving us with blurry arrangements of color. Take a look at some of the work in the show below and check out "Renegade Trajectories" May 30 - June 29.

Reinterpreting the notion of the sublime — that moment of being completely overwhelmed by the power of nature — Oliver Vernon (Hi-Fructose Vol. 17 cover artist) creates abstract paintings with sweeping vistas that could be viewed as hallucinatory landscapes. Vernon has a solo show opening tonight, May 30, at New York’s Joshua Liner Gallery titled “Renegade Trajectories” that features new paintings and sumi ink works on paper. In some of the new pieces, Vernon plays up the angular, geometric style of his work, but in others, he obliterates it, wiping out recognizable forms and leaving us with blurry arrangements of color. Take a look at some of the work in the show below and check out “Renegade Trajectories” May 30 – June 29.

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