Celia Gerard, ‘Kabuki’, 2014, Watermill Center Summer Benefit Auction 2014

Estimate: $5,000.
Celia Gerard builds sprawling abstractions by layering graphic shapes, hard lines, and swathes of black and white paint. She fuses minimalist, elemental forms with a fragmented, Cubist perspective.

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About Celia Gerard

Celia Gerard builds sprawling abstractions by layering graphic shapes, hard lines, and swathes of black and white paint. The kaleidoscopic, gray-scale works on paper fuse minimalist, elemental forms with a fragmented, Cubist perspective. In Sea/City (2013) and Untitled (2013), Gerard’s tumbling clusters of triangles, circles, and squares resolve as otherworldly silhouettes of seaside dunes or urban structures. Here, Gerard alludes to landscapes, horizon lines, and spatial depth, teasing out the pictorial and atmospheric possibilities of geometric abstraction.

American, b. 1973, Washington, D.C.

Solo Shows

2010
Mark Potter Gallery, 
Watertown, CT, United States,
Recent Work
2008
NYSS Dumbo Annex, 
Brooklyn, NY, United States,
Drawings
2007
The Shala, 
New York, NY, United States,
Drawings
2006
NYSS Gallery, 
New York, NY, United States,
Recent Work
1995
Colgate University Art Gallery, 
Hamilton, NY, United States,
Thesis Exhibition