Minimalism. Symbolism. Absurdity. Comics. Contradictions. Illustration. Photography. Abstract Expressionism. Post-Dada. Post Post-Modern. Comedy.
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Preview of recent works part II by H.L. Goyer
Acrylic on 60” by 29 3/4” Ikea Table
This is another painting that will be in the March 16th art show being put on by LimeLighter here in Calgary. The show is called ‘Intrigue’ and will feature three other artists, Gillian Mitchell (ceramics), Blake Sherman (photography) and Andreas Tiedemann (painting).
I am lucky to be sharing a beautiful tall brick wall withMonsiour Sherman, a relief as my main works for the show are the same dimensions as above. My plan is to lean these table paintings against the wall, and stand up other paintings on the top edge, that way I avoid painstaking setup - booyeah.
If you are in Calgary that night, feel free to drop by and check it out. There shall be plenty of music and such so even if you somehow hate art, you can just enjoy the tunes.
Preview of recent work by H.L. Goyer
Acrylic on an Ikea table
This is the largest thing I have painted thus far. Five to six feetish tall by three-ish wide. It is finished but is also only a third of the painting. I have another two tables to paint before the whole thing is done.
This is work being done for an art show coming up in March (date yet to be determined) being put on by LimeLighter, a local organization that puts on art/music shows focusing on local talents.
I will have old and new work in this show, all of my best old work, and all of my recent works which are being prepared specifically for this show.
It all ties in closely to my artist statement which I actually have never shared on here or with anyone who reads this aside from one or two. Now seems as good a time as any, and I will quote directly from my art cv….
“I seek to understand the viewer who sees abstract works of art unappealing and finding ways to connect with them; to create abstract works of art that are engaging to artists and outsiders alike.”