“Illuminate,” Oil on Canvas, by Jean Cauthen
Jean Cauthen’s work is distinctive for its vivid but complex color relationships and joie de vivre. Beneath the color lies references to past artists, eras and movements, adding layers of meaning to her illuminated colors.
While her subject often derives from the past, the form – the sea of small, chaotic shapes to create a harmonious whole – reflects a more modern gestalt. Within that sea are complex relationships and contradictions in which she expresses order, beauty and joy. Beyond the message of order, Jean hopes the viewer responds on a visceral level to these combinations.
Jean grew up in Naples, Italy, New Orleans and the Carolinas and currently works in the Charlotte area.
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Rod MacKillop “Man in a Green Suit” Acrylic on Canvas
New Exhibit at the Bill and Patty Gorelick Gallery Harris Conference Center
From the Collection of Dr. Larry Brady
January 8 – December 13, 2019
The recently opened 39 piece exhibit at the Bill and Patty Gorelick Gallery Harris Campus represents a broad and diverse range from Dr. Larry Brady’s eclectic collection. The selection of paintings, engravings, photographs, and sculptures, are made from glass, wood, paint, ceramic, paper, fiber, and metal.
A critical component in Dr. Brady’s philosophy for collecting is the relationship with the artist. Through his understanding of and appreciation for the materials and the process, a connection to the artist is forged. Larry Brady enjoys living with each piece of art in his collection and sharing them with as many people as possible.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see extraordinary art from this collection!