August 11–September 10
2022

images of hot doom float in translucent layers of soaked color

visit Thursday–Sunday, 2–6pm

Drew Liverman’s new paintings are immediate and oddly refined. Thin layers of summer-intense color soak into the canvas, or float above it. The compositions breathe with yin, and sear with eye-burn emotion and thought.

The subject matter: hot doom, the joys of love, bike rides, Olaf from Frozen, Goya’s covens, and scraps of what could be something for a place to live, for a time.

Introspective, with a funny gloom, these are paintings for an infinite summer.

The exhibition begins August 11 with visiting hours 2-6pm, Thursday to Sunday. Throughout the run of the show there may be receptions, talks, and other events. We’ll let you know by email and instagram.