Coming on the heels of a traveling retrospective of Paul Feeley's celebrated abstractions that recently closed at the Columbus Museum of Art, this solo exhibition presents seven of the artist's most vibrant paintings, along with several related works on paper. Mr. Feeley, who died at the age of 56 in 1966, based the motives for his paintings and drawings in the show on the small, six-pointed objects used in the ancient game of jacks. The simple shape became one of the signature forms for this artist's sublime works, which succeed in the realms of both Minimalist and Pop Art.

-Paul Laster

 

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