8 October - 13 November 2021
Thaddeus Radell’s narrative paintings have been described as “poetic, mysterious, and epic in their rich concentration of pigment suspended in beeswax, sculpted with palette knives and small brushes.”
“Applying and scraping off paint, he positively hacks out the images in his paintings with palette knives. Bits of burlap curl out here and there, but below the raw ‘tectonic’ forces lie subtle observations,” writes John Goodrich. “Radell shares the abstract expressionists faith in the power of the gesture; in fact, Radell’s paintings are gestures, built-up of repeated layering of rapid, black outlines and ragged, humming planes of color." Preview here.