Art opening reception: Hard Edge: Then and Now by Dan Gorski

Courtesy of the artist

Dan Gorski's exhibition draws from a broad chronological cross-section of his artistic history and reflects an evolution of aesthetic vision, a vision that manifests in the tenets of the early abstract/pop movement. Gorski earned his MFA in painting from Yale in 1964. During that time, his work "dropped the figure reference and explored a geometry [of sorts which combined both] curve edges and hard edges," states the artist.

For Gorski, this marked a major turning point in both his career and in his painting.

Hard edge: Then and Now, an exhibit of paintings by Dan Gorski from the early 1960s to the present, reflects the life-long commitment of one man to his artistic vision.

On view through Feb. 15, 2014.



Wade Wilson Art
4411 Montrose Blvd., Ste. 200
Houston, TX 77006


Admission is free.
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