We are a little late with this but we stopped by the Joshua Liner Gallery a couple weeks ago to check out the joint show from Mac and Damon Soule. You may remember the pictures we posted of the street piece Mac gifted New York with while he was in town, but equally impressive were the large paintings he bought for the galllery entitled “The Humble and Sublime”, all inspired by the people he encounters on his travels. Not only does his signature patterned technique add vibrancy to his imagery, but it is all the more impressive when you realize much of his work is done with spray paint.
Exhibiting alongside Mac was NY-based Damon Soule with “Tessellating Pigments”. For his second show with the gallery, Damon continues to explore his organic geometrical paintings, seemingly of a world with exploding colors and forms that are just beyond our reach, but which we are able to experience through the mind of the gifted painter.
More opening pics after the jump…
Photos by Joe Russo (AM-NY)