Paul Jacobsen’s upcoming exhibition at the gallery, Orgone, is featured in the March issue of American Art Collector. The exhibition, which opens Thursday, March 28, includes a series of largescale paintings, as well as charcoal drawings.
From American Art Collector:
Jacobsen strives to build upon the German romantics or Hudson River School artist and the Pre-Raphaelites who questioned the legitimacy and value of technology. While maintaining the Hudson River School theory that America’s landscape was a “new Eden,”—pristine, untouched beauty—Jacobsen creates his landscapes questioning the necessity for technology and industrialization.
We are pleased to share that Kris Lewis has both the cover and an article in the May issue of American Art Collector Magazine. A few of the featured paintings, including Sprung (on the cover) will be on exhibit in his solo show at the Gallery later this month.