November 8 - January 4, 2020
A solo exhibition featuring work by Virgil Grotfeldt.
“The upcoming exhibition at Deborah Colton Gallery, All That Is, displays his dimensionally modeled forms of biomorphic abstraction. Nature and abstract form define the art as well as sustain its value as a personal meditation upon essential life forces. The exhibit includes a rare opportunity to view his last body of work, oil painting on his own brain scans titled “274296” (his M.D. Anderson patient number) that opened January 15, 2009 at the Houston Baptist University Art Museum — three weeks before he died.
What has been achieved in Grotfeldt’s art of the abstract sublime is a condition by which his paintings have created a life of their own. They represent, in the truest sense, the power of the human spirit.”
Opening: November 8, 2019 | 6–8 pm
2445 North Boulevard
Houston, 77098 TX
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