Cris Worley Fine Arts presents Timothy Harding: "New_drawings_1-21" opening reception
Cris Worley Fine Arts will present Timothy Harding: "New_drawings_1-21c," featuring new works in acrylic on canvas and a site-specific installation in wood.
In this exhibition, Harding expands his previous focus on rectilinear angles to include curved lines, resembling those found on a globe, or from tracked waves of atomic particles. Recent work by Harding continues his engagement with the formal language of minimalism and pop art through his use of saturated bright colors, finished with machine-like precision, in glistening plastic surfaces. His polished semi-industrial aesthetic follows the west coast minimalism of artists like the 1960s Los Angeles group known as the “Cool School,” which included figures like Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, and Ed Moses, who become central to the California Light and Space movement.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on view through February 9.