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.