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David Klarén: At Rest
July 2 - July 7
Mr. Klarén’s subjects are primarily small everyday objects but rendered many times larger than life in the finished drawings and sculptures. The result reflects his love of pop art. At Rest includes reverse silhouette ink and graphite drawings, executed in ink on Yupo (a recycled polypropylene substrate for water media), as well as sculptures made of carved and sand blasted wood, with graphite and metal leaf and forged steel.
The Edward A. Whitney Gallery is free and open to the public Monday-Friday from 10a-7p and Sundays from 12-4p.
David K. Klarén was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, and raised in Pinedale, Wyoming. He was educated in Montana and Virginia. Although heavily influenced by the values, topography, and small town relationships of the American West, his artwork has never reflected traditional western genres but looks toward the contemporary American scene.
After living and working on the East Coast for several years, David returned to Pinedale, where he divides his time between his studio practice in drawing and sculpture, and commission work in fine woodworking and carpentry.
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