Paul Huxley’s solo exhibition in Santa Fé, New Mexico, mostly comprises paintings that have been done since the large wall drawings in the 2015 Venice Biennale and in some instances are obviously developed from those works.  There are also paintings that continue his series that explore the geometric possibilities of juxtaposing flat and perspectival space.


Huxley has painted for his entire working career but here for the first time he is also exhibiting sculpture that he has been developing over the last seven years.


PAUL HUXLEY: Recent Works: After the Venice Biennale

David Richard Gallery, Santa Fé, 15 January to 20 February 2016


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Exhibition opening evening.

Left to right:

Double Ellipse 1, 2014, Poised 1,  2015

Left to right:

Double Ellipse 1, 2014, Poised 1,  2015, After Venice 3, 2015

Left to right:

After Venice 3, 2015, After Venice 2, 2015

Left to right:

After Venice 3, 2015, After Venice 2, 2015, After Venice 1, 2015

Left to right:

After Venice 2, 2015, After Venice 1, 2015

Poised 2, 2015

Left to right:

Torus, 2013, A Circle and a Square, 2014

Left to right:

A Circle and a Square, 2014, Equilibrium, 2015, Gamma, 2015

Left to right:

Equilibrium, 2015, Gamma, 2015

Left to right:

Equilibrium, 2015, Gamma, 2015, A Square and a Circle 1, 2015, A Square and a Circle 3, 2015

Left to right:

Gamma, 2015, A Square and a Circle 1, 2015, A Square and a Circle 3, 2015

Left to right:

Gamma, 2015, A Square and a Circle 1, 2015, A Square and a Circle 3, 2015, Double Ellipse 2, 2014

Left to right:

A Square and a Circle 1, 2015, A Square and a Circle 3, 2015, Double Ellipse 2, 2014

Left to right:

A Square and a Circle 3, 2015, Double Ellipse 2, 2014

Left to right:

Equilibrium, 2015, Gamma, 2015, Double Ellipse 1, 2014

2016 - Santa Fe