Monday, March 23, 2015

Gallery Hopping - Day 1

Pace Prints is currently exhibiting the work of Leonardo Drew. This is his second solo show with the gallery and consists of work that he completed at the Pace Paper workshop in Brooklyn. The basis for his work is paper pulp and the organic effects that he achieves though paper casting are remarkable -- as especially evident in the detail shots below. The exhibition runs through April 11 if you have a chance to see it.








13 comments:

Angie said...

Amazing work!

Caterina Giglio said...

Absolutely stunning...

Maryanne said...

Fabulous work! I love the texture he achieves.

Vonnie's Bittersweet Art Studio said...

Just enthralled with the rugged texture of some of this work.

whyducks said...

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOW Lovely!

Maureen said...

Very cool!

Jo Murray said...

Oh the luxury of a day gallery-hopping...and in New York! Extraordinary work.

mansuetude said...

Thanks Seth so much.

Annie said...

I love his work so much, he will be having a show in Santa Fe in July, I can't wait! Thank you for sharing this. xoxo

Carol said...

Thanks Seth, what wonderful work! So many things I would never know about if not for you...

Brian Kasstle said...

Awesome works!

Kay Wallace said...

This work is just so amazing. Love the "earthy" feel to it all!

JackieP Neal said...

Wow- So cool- I especially love the non-metallic pieces- so organic- makes me want to touch and smell them! Do you provide- smellavision Seth? heehee- ")