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George Snyder
Abstract Geometric Shaped Canvas Painting Sculpture Memphis Milano Era 1980s Art

1988

$2,500Asking Price

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George Snyder Acrylic painting on canvas tubular sculpture Abstract composition of blue, purple, orange, red, yellow, and black geometric shapes on rolled canvas tube. Signed, dated, and titled "Snyder '88 Bnoig" Provenance: From the collection of an East Providence, Rhode Island gentleman. George Snyder (Born 1951) is active/lives in West Virginia, Florida. George Snyder is known for Sculpture, painting. George Frederick Snyder was born in 1951 in Charleston, West Virginia. He was studying pre-law at Marshall University, when an art elective changed the course of his life. He graduated with full honors as an art major in 1973 and received a fellowship at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, to pursue his studies. He graduated with a Masters Degree of Fine Arts in 1976. George Snyder is an imaginative painter, and sculptor who is driven by an incredible passion for self expression through art. His works are often noted for their unique style, elegance, and technique. George has developed an innovative style that blends precise abstract geometric realism with abstract expressionism. Known for his tube shaped painted sculpture, His use of vibrant colors and strong lines make for a particularly bold statement. George is accomplished in using traditional painting methods as well as modern technique. George is an innovator in the use of acrylics. His style and pioneering techniques with media are captured in Nicholas Roukes "Acrylics Bold and New" 1990, This works bears the influence of Memphis Milano and of Feminist artist Judy Chicago. He has had over 50 solo exhibitions of paintings and sculptures from Boston to Los Angeles and from Chicago to Miami. His art hangs in the permanent collections of General Electric, Federal Express and UpJohn Corporation, as well as in the private collections of Peter Nero, Andre Agassi, Jack Palance and Dennis Rodman. His work is in the permanent collections of numerous museums including: Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA Vero Beach Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, FL Selected Solo Exhibitions: 2016 Metropolitan, The Art Store, Charleston, WV 2015 Lyrical Geometry, Averitt Center for the Arts, Statesboro, GA 2012 TAILORMADE, The Art Store, Charleston, WV 2004 Longstreth & Goldberg ART – Naples, FL 1999 Robert C Byrd Federal Courthouse – Charleston, WV 1999 GSI Fine Art – Cleveland, OH 1998 Brevard Museum of Art and Science – Melbourne, FL 1998 Corbino Galleries – Longboat Key, FL 1996 Corbino Galleries – Sarasota, FL 1996 Arden Gallery – Boston MA 1995 Marguerite Oestreicher Fine Arts – New Orleans, LA 1993 Fletcher Gallery – Sante Fe, NM 1992 Dubins Gallery – Los Angeles, CA 1992 Eva Cohon Gallery – Chicago, IL 1992 Joan Hodgell Gallery – Sarasota, FL 1991 Florida State Capitol – Tallahassee, FL 1990 Peter Drew Gallery – Boca Raton, FL 1988 A Gallery – Palm Desert, CA 1987 Arden Gallery – Boston, MA 1987 Barbara Gillman Gallery – Miami, FL 1987 Brevard Museum of Art and Science – Melbourne, FL 1986 Richard Charl Gallery – Charleston, WV 1985 Shoshana-Wayne Gallery – Los Angeles, CA 1985 Patricia Judith Gallery – Boca Raton, FL 1985 Birke Art Gallery – Marshall University, Huntington, WV 1984 West Virginia State College – Institute, WV 1983 Los Ilanos Gallery – Santa Fe, NM 1982 AFI Gallery – Charleston, WV 1980 Kraskin-Mitchell Gallery – Atlanta, GA 1980 Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art – Winston-Salem, NC 1980 University of Charleston – Charleston, WV 1979 Davis-Elkins College – Elkins, WV 1979 Parkesburg Fine Art Center – Parkesburg, WV 1977 Bluefield State College – Bluefield, WV 1977 Appalachian Center for Contemporary Art – Charleston, WV 1973 Morris Harvey College – Charleston, WV Selected Group Exhibitions: 2015 Marta Hewett Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio 2013 Spring Interlude, The Art Store, Charleston, WV 2013 Wavelengths: The Art and Science of Color and Light, Juliet Museum of Art, Charleston, WV 2012 Florida Artists from the Permanent Collection, Foosaner Art Museum, Melbourne, FL 2012 All That Glitters, The Art Store, Charleston, WV 2012 State of the Arts Gallery, Sarasota FL 2012 Color Theory, The Art Store, Charleston, WV 2012 Kindred Spirits, The Art Store, Charleston, WV 2007 Palm Desert Sculpture Invitational Exhibition Palm Desert, CA 2007 Longstreth: Goldberg Art, Naples, FL 2007 Parchman Stremmel Galleries, San Antonio, TX 2007 A Gallery, Palm Desert, CA 2006 “In Cahoots”, Brevard Museum of Art and Science, FL 2005 Art Access Gallery, Columbus, OH 2005 State of the Arts Gallery, Sarasota, FL 2005 Riverstone Gallery, New Orleans, LA 2005 Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, WV 2002-2008 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, Orlando, FL 2004 Kent Gallery, Key West, FL 2002-2004 “Giants of Sculpture”, Longstreth & Goldberg Art, Naples, FL 2004 Ken Elias Gallery, Palm Beach, FL 2003 “Ninth Annual Exposition of Sculpture Objects and Functional Art”, SOFA, Chicago, IL 2003 “George Snyder and Dan Meyer”, Edison College, Ft. Meyers, FL 2003 A Gallery, Palm Desert, CA 2003 T. Curts’noc Fine Arts, Miami, FL 2003 Kent Gallery, Key West, FL 2002 “Uncommon Ground: North, South, East & West”, Stifel Fine Art Center, Wheeling, WV 2002 Bryant Galleries, New Orleans, LA 2002 Corbino Galleries, Longboat Key, FL 2001 Parchman Stremmel Galleries, San Antonio, TX 1994 “Art Gallery in the Sky”, unveiling of unique work, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY 1994 Invitational Exhibition by Prominent Artists, Edith Baker Gallery, Dallas, TX 1994 “New Sculpture”, Corbino Galleries, Sarasota, FL 1991 “Fireworks”, Joan Hodgell Gallery, Sarasota, FL 1991 Dubins Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 1991 “Southern Exposure”, Viridian Gallery, New York, NY 1991 “Metropolitan Structures Exhibition”, Chicago, IL 1989 Ed Hendricks and George Snyder”, Arden Gallery, Boston, MA 1988 Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C. 1988 “Abstract Visions”, Peter Drew Gallery, Boca Raton, FL 1988 “Oriental Rugs as Art & Inspiration”, Maitland Art Center, Maitland, FL 1987 “Florida Creates: Painting and Sculpture”, Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, FL

Details

  • Creator
    George Snyder (1951)
  • Creation Year
    1988
  • Dimensions
    Height: 79 in. (200.66 cm)Width: 6.25 in. (15.88 cm)Depth: 6.25 in. (15.88 cm)
  • Medium
  • Period
  • Condition
    minor wear, minor scuffs and one small blemish/repair please see photos.
  • Gallery Location
    Bal Harbour, FL
  • Reference Number
    1stDibs: LU3827268942

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