“Absolute: Frequency” — A Painting Of Life’s Ups & Downs
by Daric Gill
My latest painting, Absolute: Frequency combines layer upon layer of opposing forces into one conversation. It depicts the oscillations in our lives: fortunate blessings and frustrating blights, life and death, ups ands downs, and seasonal changes. I’m exploring the relationships between how we feel change measured from the position of maximum equilibrium. Each element of this work slides between an amplitude of opposites.
This is a special piece that is packed full of meaning and opportunity. Next year, it will find its way to another country as part of an international exhibition! Read on below for a visual breakdown, process video, image gallery, and what travel adventures are in store.
“Absolute: Totality” Accepted Into Zanesville Museum Of Art Exhibition
by Daric Gill
I’m extremely pleased to announce that “Absolute: Totality” was accepted into the 73rd Ohio Annual Exhibit at the Zanesville Museum of Art. My piece is one of 59 works chosen for the exhibition by juror, Erin Shapiro, Curator at the Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, Ohio.
June 21, 2018 – Sept. 8, 2018
Thursday, June 21, 5:30- 7:30 p.m.
“Absolute: Position” & “Absolute: Nostalgia” Paintings To Be In May Exhibit At George Billis Gallery, Los Angeles
By Daric Gill
It’s a real pleasure to announce that 2 of my paintings will be on display at George Billis Gallery in Los Angeles in May. I’ve been connected with the gallery for a couple years now, showing a few pieces in their Culver City, LA gallery as well as a few in their home gallery located in Chelsea, NYC.
These pieces will be included in a group exhibition between May 19th – June 23rd, 2018. An opening reception will be held Saturday May 19, 5-8pm. If you’re in the LA area, I recommend checking out the gallery. Read more below.
[Process Video & Full Image Gallery Below Article]