FRANK PICTURES GALLERY EXHIBITION 2005, HERMANN LEDERLE
BERGAMOT STATION
FRANK PICTURES GALLERY
HERMANN LEDERLE
OIL PAINTING
EXHIBITION FALL 2005
Through the blizzard of paint, Lederle evolves the history of his art: the quick charcoal life drawings of his years at the San Francisco Art Institute, their transformation into his blurred oil stick paintings, to his discovery of gold leaf, with it’s definite high contrast surface, applied in grids that literally trap his expressionistic figures – bodies, faces, fish and birds -- within a pattern of golden pixels. “I don’t capture what I see”, he says, “I capture what I feel I see.
FRANK PICTURES GALLERY EXHIBITION 2005, HERMANN LEDERLE, LAURIE FRANK CURATOR

FACE TO FACE, oil on canvas, 50 by 38 inches, 2005

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