Art

April 1 2013

We love this particular series of abstract paintings by French artist Gerard Stricher. There is a fantastic mix of nature and industry in them.

We see waterfalls and ships at sea, cities and factories, all dynamic and slightly dangerous yet somehow limitlessly beautiful. Dreamlike, not nightmarish. Stories full of drama and feeling. Perhaps his one-time studio, an old mill in the French Vexin, has given him inspiration for some of these.



The 65 year-old abstract painter creates mostly large-scale works of vibrant color on multiple themes, including people as seen here.

Stricher has become better known in the U.S. in the past few years and he is now represented by Gallery Schwab Beaubourg in Paris and the Canfin Gallery in New York where his work will be exhibited this May. - Tuija Seipell

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