A couple weeks back, the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver hosted the opening for Gregory Euclide’s latest solo show. Entitled Observing only the ease of my own slipping toward your unknown, the new work sees Euclide continue to walk the thin line between two and three dimensional art. Utilizing a visual vocabulary that includes the natural world and architectural elements, the show includes large scale paintings and sculptural assemblages, smaller mono prints, and Laid Down & Wiped Slowly Away – temporary painting composed by Euclide on a 48 x 96 inch dry erase board (also see a series of prints based on this) installed in the project room of the gallery, portions of which will be wiped away throughout the exhibition until the board is returned to its original state.
Photo credit: Gavin McGlynn for Arrested Motion.
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