Uncanny Valley, a solo exhibition of 30 paintings by Alexander Churchill at HUD Gallery

art HUDDab Art is pleased to present Uncanny Valley, a solo exhibition of 30 paintings by Alexander Churchill at The HUD Gallery. These large-scale works burst with energy and precision, yet mystify with their complex permutations and combinations of figurative and surreal elements. These canvases string together compositional elements of image and texture paradoxically, with an uncanny level of exactitude into a wealth of smooth, vivid detail. Images are manipulated and interwoven into volatile phantasmagorias of color and form. In these spectacular pictorial inventions brightly colored blocks and perfectly rendered figures slice through multiple layers, which reject any attempt by the eye to find a resting place.

Alexander Churchill was born in San Diego and raised in Vermont. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Green Mountain College in 2008. Alexander now resides in Connecticut and his work has been widely exhibited throughout the Eastern United States. HUD 1793 E Main St. 293-1616

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