Matt Klos: Interview

Matt Klos: Interview

Matt Klos: Interview:

Klos notes: “Really, the interior is my platform for unpacking a number of visual paradoxes… and visual pleasures… I realize now that all picture making is just that… picture making and the observed world is the playground from which an artist can pursue particular ideas.”Matt Klos show with the McBridge Gallery in Annapolis, MD and recently had a solo show at the New York Prince Street Gallery. He also recently painted in the Brittany region of France, sponsored through the Klots Residency program, awarded and facilitated by the Maryland Institute College of Art. Matt Klos’ work has been featured in New American Paintings in the 2009 Mid-Atlantic edition and in New American Paintings in the 2006 Mid-West edition.

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