Abstraction reflects a freedom from the role of" the one who could memorialize a subject, scene and event" because they could draw or paint.

An echo of the authentic voice of the artists soul, abstraction invites the viewer to feel the picture vs assign a value or judgement to an image based on their life experience.

This exhibition presents works from the 1950's - 1970's by both highly recognized artists in addition to those who's work was well respected but lesser known for a vast range of reasons.

We are proud to present an exhibition that reflects the voice of abstraction across a broad range of time.