Blatant Impact

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Stuart Lehrman has described his art-making process as kinesthetic in nature. There is a constant balancing between “addition and subtraction, making and unmaking.” He enjoys toeing the line between order and chaos, always experimenting with paint as a medium and finding new ways to manipulate texture, pigment, form, shape and space. The elements of texture and color are brought to life in his paintings. There are expressions of both chaos and tranquility found in Lehrman’s work. This control—and its lack thereof—is an essential component of what makes Lehrman’s work so memorable and worth viewing in person. His process involves a great deal of unlearning as well as relearning the universal language of natural and manmade phenomena he observes in the world around him and the historical context of my work is that of Abstract Expressionism, Post-painterly Abstraction, and Minimalism and Color Field painting. 

Michael Cagno Executive Director - The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University



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stuart Lehrman
Abstract Expressionism, Abstraction
Painting - Unframed
Oil, Acrylic, Chalk, Canvas
18.50 inches wide
18.50 inches tall
0.50 inches deep
2.50 lbs
Cherry Hill, NJ, US