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March Issue 2010

Green Rice Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Offers Works by Eric Hurtgen

Green Rice Gallery in Charlotte, NC, will present the exhibit, Ellipsis and Parentheses, featuring works by Eric Hurtgen, on view from Mar. 5 - 28, 2010.

The exhibition will feature new works by Hurtgen. After studying under such artists as Andrei Prychodko and Amanda Bayard, Hurtgen has evolved a style of his own. His work strongly reflects his background in, and love of, electronic artwork/graphic design, and recently he has begun the incorporation of his own black and white photography into his work. 

Hurtgen offers the following about his work. "In silence, meaning is made more full. Language, that system of shapes and corresponding sounds, fails when words abound. When language fails, we look to the landscape and the world of images, to the shadows that shift on the periphery for new representation. There, in the world of shapes and light and shadows, meaning is recharged. And though a shadow cannot escape the object it defines, its presence can serve the object, constantly recreating it in new and wonderful ways as the light changes through time"

For further information check our NC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 704/344-0300 or visit (www.green-rice.com).

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