The Currier Museum of Art presents Transcending Nature. Paintings by Eric Aho, an exhibition on view, June 2, 2012 – September 9, 2012, following the artist on his journey from depictive landscape to the abstract.
In Transcending Nature: Paintings by Eric Aho, the artist responds to the world around him and re-interprets the artistic traditions of landscape subjects and abstract painting. The Currier will be the first American museum to present a survey exhibition of Aho’s work, opening June 2 and on view through September 9. The exhibition features paintings by the Vermont-based artist whose earlier works include dramatic, plein-air paintings of landscapes influenced by such artists as Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, John Constable and Frederic Church. His most recent paintings are abstract monumental compositions – some as large as eight feet by nine feet.
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