Clyde Hogan Fine Art is proud to present “Steven Miglio:Landscape and Still Life” an exhibition focusing on Steven Miglio’s landscape and still life paintings. Miglio is known for his abstract paintings that reflect on the tradition of the early Cubist and Abstract painters of the 20th century, but he also brings a strong sense of light, color, and space to a set of quiet, reflective landscapes. A pair of exuberant, expressive paintings of tulips show another side of his work that begins to a line from the academic representation of the landscapes to more abstract work.
About Steven Miglio:
Steven Miglio uses oil paint to convey a sense of geometry and space. His work as a painter, spanning decades, is based on a keen sense of color, line, and shape, driven by his background as an influential graphic designer. Miglio’s brushstrokes exude confidence and purpose, and he uses paint to describe abstraction and also skillful, luminous landscapes and still lifes. Born in Chicago, he was was educated at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Ringling School of Art and Design. He has done artwork, illustration, and graphic design for Vogue, Bergdorf Goodman, Tommy Boy Records, and the Metropolitan Opera.
The paintings are on view at Sadie Mae’s, 228 Main Street, Hingham MA through November 24. For additional information on Steven Miglio please check out our website at: clydehogan.com, or our gallery page at: artsy.net/clyde-hogan