Walking the Changes on view through April 6

Theo Ganz Studio presents Walking the Changes, an exhibition featuring two new installations of projected digital paintings by Carl Van Brunt. This is his second exhibition with the gallery, on view through April 6.

North Star by Carl Van Brunt
North Star by Carl Van Brunt

Having abandoned acrylics for pixels over 30 years ago, Van Brunt now has an impressive record of digital artwork that has been shown extensively in one-person exhibitions and group shows in galleries and museums throughout the Hudson Valley region.

In addition to the fractal generating software Van Brunt has been using recently, the artist has moved into new territory by projecting the paintings onto 3D shapes. This latest survey includes projected paintings from two new installations — North Star and Walking the Changes — and underscores his creative process as a journey and search for new experiences. He states: “The reason I make art is to discover meaning. Any given piece is complete when I recognize in it something compelling that I have not previously experienced.”

Van Brunt is currently Gallery Director of Woodstock Artists Association and Museum. Prior to this he featured Hudson Valley artists at his Beacon gallery. He and his wife, Suzanne Ball, continue to promote the work of regional artists in art fairs, museum exhibitions and pop-up shows under the banner of Van Brunt Projects.

Visit theoganzstudio.com/exhibitions, carlvanbruntart.blogspot.com, or contact Eleni Smolen, [email protected]. Theo Ganz Studio is located at 149 Main St., Beacon. Call 917-318-2239. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday and by appointment.

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