ART REVIEW: Bright Lights, Gloomy Cities – Four Artists show together at MichaelKate

Several months ago, Brad Nack brought four abstract artists to MichaelKate Interiors, each dealing in their own way with topography. After that, another quartet dealt with flight and birds. But this month’s exhibition, “Bright Lines and the Void” (through June 30), complicates matters further with a disparate selection of paintings from four vastly different artists. … Finally, Westmont’s John Carlander takes the swath of colors found in Matisse’s late prints and rethinks it for his own abstract concerns. Some of the works are orderly and sharp, others take the same scheme and make the brush work known, colors interrupting each other. more pdf

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