Best of 2011 #6 – Artistic Expedition

Terra Nullius = No Man’s Land

Every year I try to schedule at least one gallery exhibition, preferably with my long time partner, the Perlow-Stevens Gallery in Columbia, Missouri. Jennifer Perlow and I have the best type of gallerist/artist relationship, one based on a long-standing mutual trust. We are both able and willing to schedule a show up to 18 months in the future with neither of us knowing what my work will be at that point. This year PS Gallery moved to a beautiful new location and I was able to show with them twice. My second show of the year with them, Terra Nullius, I used the opportunity to showcase new work, to push myself further and to explore new questions.

Thank you Jennifer, this was one of the highlights of my year!


Terra Nullius Tryptich

 

The show Terra Nullius just closed at Perlow-Stevens, but there are still a few pieces remaining. Are you interested in one of these inaugural pieces? We would love to find a home for them all. Please visit the entire series and inquire with Jennifer about pricing and availability. (Although not hanging, they will stay in Columbia until I return from Mexico.)

 

 

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Jennifer Perlow January 6, 2012 at 3:20 pm #

    Likewise Chris. It always an honor to have your work in my gallery and to call you (and Kyle) my friend. Happy New Year

    • Chris January 6, 2012 at 3:24 pm #

      I am looking forward to seeing the new show!

  2. bigjim January 6, 2012 at 8:31 pm #

    wish i could have seen the show up. i know the work is amazing and would love to have seen it in the new gallery! hey jennifer! xoj

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