There’s a certain slant of light
new paintings by Adin Murray
“For this recent body of work I have deviated, to some extent, from the Horizon series that has represented the majority of my work for the past several years, not because that imagery has played out for me, but simply to broaden the scope of my subject matter. Yet my intent remains the same— to showcase the beauty and inspiration that nature provides. Central to this is the play of light across the landscape (and moonscape) — sometimes dramatically illuminating objects, sometimes mingling with the atmosphere, and sometimes there is magic in the shadows. In any instance however, like life, light is always transitional and represents constant change.”
— Adin Murray
Adin Murray (b.1974) received a BA in Art/Biology from Tulane University and an MFA in painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design. In 2008, he had a first solo exhibition at the Savannah Hilton Head International Airport, and in 2009, his work was shown at the Woodruff Art Center in Atlanta, the Rymer Gallery in Nashville, and the Pei-Ling Chan Gallery in Savannah. His work has been featured in Faultline, the University of California, Irvine’s literary and art publication; Southern Living and North Shore Magazines;, and the Boston Globe. Twenty-five of his graphite drawings are currently on view at the Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester MA in a two-person show titled Homeport. His work is in numerous private collections in the US and abroad. Murray maintains a studio on Cape Ann in Massachusetts. This is his third solo show with Jane Deering Gallery.
The exhibition continues through August 29th.
Gallery hours: Thursday 4-8pm . Friday & Saturday 1-5pm . Sunday 1-4pm
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