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Consistent Divergencies: The Studio and Community Art of Hugh Merrill, 1969-2011

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This book is a survey of the studio and community work of Hugh Merrill from 1968 to 2011. Merrill's mantra is "I draw everyday," and he balances his role as an activist to work with amazing consistency in the privacy of his studio. His works have received numerous accolades and high recognition, including pieces in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

A thread runs through his 50-year career of creating prints, drawings and paintings: his abstract and landscape forms seem to exist in a world of weightlessness, dislocation, and are inhabited by partly deteriorating structures of wood and stone.

He learned well the geometry of his mentors Al Held and Gabor Peterdi. Merrill sees mark making as the interplay of space and form shifting on the surface of the paper.

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Hugh Merrill
Published by Chameleon Arts, United States (2018)
ISBN 10: 0999022237 ISBN 13: 9780999022238
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Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This book is a survey of the studio and community work of Hugh Merrill from 1968 to 2011. Merrill's mantra is "I draw everyday," and he balances his role as an activist to work with amazing consistency in the privacy of his studio. His works have received numerous accolades and high recognition, including pieces in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.A thread runs through his 50-year career of creating prints, drawings and paintings: his abstract and landscape forms seem to exist in a world of weightlessness, dislocation, and are inhabited by partly deteriorating structures of wood and stone.He learned well the geometry of his mentors Al Held and Gabor Peterdi. Merrill sees mark making as the interplay of space and form shifting on the surface of the paper. Seller Inventory # APC9780999022238

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