The Gallery: Don Voisine
“American Splendor” Oil on wood, 24″ x 59″
Introducing Don Voisine whose paintings are characterized by precision and exquisite execution — they don’t work unless they are flawless. The perfectly smooth, flat planes of color are composed with delicate interruptions and juxtapositions that start to hint at a deeper space and give the illusion of floating.
“Sea Level” Oil on wood, 18″ x 90″
I love how these challenge my first impressions as I keep looking. For instance, look closely at the areas painted black in the two paintings below. See how it seems there are two different blacks, one a bit lighter than the other? Well, both areas are the same color, same paint, it is only the direction of its application that is different — and makes all the difference.
“Dale” Oil on wood, 20″ x 40″
“Painting for a Compound Eye” Oil on wood, 20 1/2″ x 36″ Curious to see for yourself? Head on over to
“Threeway” Oil on wood, 20″ x 30″
“Alter Rose ” Oil on wood, 20″ x 80″
Opening reception, Friday, April 14 from 6 – 9 PM.
The show runs until May 14.
Metaphor Contemporary Art
382 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn
Hours: Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 6
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Inquiries? Please contact Metaphor Contemporary Art.
* If you hustle, you can also see more of his paintings in a group show — Presentational Painting III at the Hunter College/Times Square Gallery at 450 W. 41st Street, NYC, Hours: T-S, 1-6pm (show comes down on Saturday, April 15).