Chris Kahler images are now online

Bruno David and Keri Robertson are pleased to present at BRUNO DAVID GALLERY (Grand Center location), an exhibition of recent works on paper by Chris Kahler. Marking the artist’s seventh solo exhibition with the gallery. (Exhibition dates: March 27 – April 25, 2015)

“On Paper” offers a unique body of work emerging from a three-year exploration of drawing, systematic drafting, and watercolor techniques. Kahler’s exploration of negative space, light, and intersecting planes hasresulted in arresting juxtapositions of biomorphic and ephemeral forms. As with “Disequencing”, Kahler’s 2013 exhibition of paintings at Bruno David Gallery, these drawings explore the “boundaries between physical and psychological time, between phenomena and the variable conceptual filters for understanding them.” In conjunction with the exhibition, Bruno David Gallery Publications will publish a catalogue on the artist’s work with an exhibition history and bibliography.

Chris Kahler is a Professor of Painting and Drawing at Eastern Illinois University. He received his B.F.A. at Ohio Wesleyan University and M.F.A. from Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. Kahler has been the subject of numerous one-person exhibitions at venues including the Richard Ross Art Museum, Delaware, OH (2014); Anita Wooten Gallery, Valencia College, Orlando, FL (2011); John P. Weatherhead Gallery, University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN (2009); Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, IL (2002).

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