The Fischbach Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of recent paintings by Virginia artist Duane Keiser in his New York debut.
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Keiser grew up in the south, attending Randolph-Mason College in Ashland before receiving his M.F.A. from Brooklyn college in 1990. He then returned to Virginia and currently teaches at Randolph-Mason College and the University of Richmond.
Keiser’s still life paintings are intimate and tactile, in the tradition of Chardin. Window ledge compositions emphasize this tradition of formally composed objects, which are differentiated as much by texture as color.
The artist’s interior views suggest a psychological edge in their oblique perspectives and often mysterious lighting effects. These compositions also frequently focus on windows and hallways—spaces in-between inside and outsides worlds.
For further information please contact Frank Bernarducci.