Exhibit: American Fauve – artist Robert Schechter

Exhibit: American Fauve – artist Robert Schechter

August 3- September 17, 2012

Artist statement: “I get my inspiration from all around. It can be from anything — a cardinal flying overhead, a play, a dance performance, a walk. I get it from life in general.”

The Good Purpose Gallery is honored to exhibit the work of this prestigious artist. Robert Schechter celebrates life in big bold strokes with his vibrant abstract paintings and sculpture. He lives and works in Manhattan, NY and Lenox, MA. 75 of Robert’s works are on permanent display in New York City- Columbia Presbyterian, NYC Cornell, Beth Israel, and Alan Pavilion. 2 large monoprints made on Monster Press, North Adams, are exhibited at the entrance of the Berkshire Medical Arts Building, Pittsfield, MA.

Robert Schechter’s sculpture is on exhibit June 30 – October 8 at the 2012 Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood. Kendra Lichtenwalner, Beaver Mill gallery director says, “All of his work that’s done in New York City is made with dark colors,” she said. “The work that’s created here, in the Berkshires, just has this explosion of color.

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