Bill Lowe Gallery presents Primal Poetry, an examination of primitive forms, symbols, indigenous cultures and their enduring impact on the contemporary psyche. James Havard and Michel Meyer, much like the romantic poets of the late 18th century, approach painting with a strong belief in the senses and emotions, rather than reason and intellect. Both artists present an application of gestures and symbols imbued with lyrical, sublime, sometimes naive strokes in contrasting compositional density. These opposing senses of space lend themselves to a dialogue between the intimate and universal.
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