Willy Bo is coming to prominence with his Robert Irwin-birthed line paintings, exploring color and movement through time. Edward is primarily concerned with creating a bridge between natural world and the classical philosophical giants and their century’s later offspring.
Turner Carroll gallery is thrilled to present two of our newest artists, Edward Lentsch and Willy Bo Richardson, in a compelling new exhibition that forces us all to confront the spaces defined by color and line. Both artists use these forms as a primary mode of communication, and as an exploration of the unconscious mind. However, each of these artists' breakthroughs within the media occurs in different ways. Willy Bo offers us strong vertical lines that explore color and movement through time, making connections to music. The viewer is pulled through each of his pieces at a pace that mimics the movements of a car window watching a landscape speed by. Edward is primarily concerned with creating a bridge between the natural world, classical philosophical giants, and their century’s later offspring. His pieces inspire viewers to stand still, and be held by the tactile surfaces that seem prehistoric. The pairing of these two very different aesthetics is what allows such fascinating dialogue and tension between movement and stillness.
Join us in the gallery to celebrate these fascinating interpretations of time and space, which utilize art and philosophy in order to inspire new perspectives about the way we see and experience our realities.