Scope Miami Beach

I will be showing at Scope Miami Beach again.  This year with HYDRA Art Project.  Stop by booth B17 and see the new work!

 "Shibboleth" Woodblock mono print on paper, 73 x 73 inches, 2016

"Shibboleth" Woodblock mono print on paper, 73 x 73 inches, 2016

New York Solo Show Opening in April

I'm pleased to announce that E.Tay Gallery will be hosting my first solo exhibit of artworks here in New York City. I have always intended for this body of work to be viewed in a collective context where color, space and geometry can be experienced at full scale. It's going to be a great show and I do hope you can attend!

Where: E.Tay Gallery
            39 White Street
            New York, NY 10013

When: April 20, 2016
           Opening time: 6pm

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Feature Article in This Months' Issue of Arte Al Limite

Arte Al Límite is an international arts publication out of Santiago, Chile.  The publication, edited in Chile, is distributed nationally and internationally, and it includes interviews and articles about leading artists, presented with a cutting edge design. Its contents are developed by journalists, renowned art critics and specialized writers, addressing works and relevant trends in the current scene.

Solo in Houston

 

Matt Neuman

A solo exhibit at the Houston Fine Art Fair, Sept 18- 21

Continuing to use the circle as a compositional building block, Neuman presents a brand new group of works on paper that challenge the conventional understanding of what is possible in print making.  In these large-scale woodcut prints, Neuman uses geometry as a delivery vehicle for color to provide a visual experience at the intersection of Cartesian and non-Euclidian space. The resulting works challenge viewers’ assumptions about the nature of space and lead them to examine the role that abstraction plays in providing a visual analogue to more fundamental spatial realities.

First finished piece of 2014

This piece has been a while in the making.  Nice to finally get it on the wall.  'Saddest Faction' Poured Acrylic paint, Wood, and Lithography ink on panel, 60 x 60 in, 2014