Sharon Horvath: Studio Visit

Sharon Horvath: Studio Visit

These are three paintings by Sharon Horvath, who is one of the first painters I met in New York through Leslie Roberts and Robert Guillot, and may have been my first studio visit as well. I had met Garry after seeking him out as an interesting artist in the group show mentioned below and said he might like Sharon’s work – one would have to be more familiar with both artists’ oeuvre and works on paper and paintings from that time, but there is a symbolizing abstraction and animism both have in common and both are currently at Sideshow, and they have indeed met through the expanded art world circles. (Perhaps I like being a bit of a yenta for artists despite having only been here twelve years. Certainly part of the motivation for curating shows.)

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Sharon Horvath: Studio Visit

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