The Ann Korologos Gallery’s newest exhibition is a solo exhibition featuring Angus Wilson: A Singular Vision. Wilson’s work is informed by Cezanne and other Post-Impressionist masters, but with its own contemporary twist.
Wilson’s high-keyed palette and abstracted forms have earned him much acclaim and a dedicated following. His work vibrates with dissonance, color, great energy, and altered perspectives, which result in rich harmonious views whether painting still lifes or landscapes. A native of Scotland, Wilson has been a resident the San Francisco Bay area since 2007.
Wilson’s impressionistic style and bold use of color easily make his work stand out. He says, “Within my paintings I strive to create a singularly unique vision on the world. A projection of my feelings, and imagination on the subject, providing a distinctive voice that is unlike anything else. Every painter leaves their marks on he canvas, it’s impossible to hide…I would feel I had failed unless my work is instantly recognizable and seen as distinctive and unique.”
We invite you to stop by the gallery and view Angus’ unique paintings in person. The artist’s reception for Angus Wilson: A Singular Vision is part of the Basalt Art Walk taking place Friday, March 13th. Other galleries participating include the Wyly Annex, and the Wyly Community Art Center.
Angus Wilson: A Singular Vision will be on view at the Ann Korologos Gallery through April 10. For more information please visit the gallery at 211 Midland Ave in Basalt, or call 970-927-9668.