We invite iconic artist and style maker Hunt Slonem for his 9th solo exhibition with us featuring his iconic, bunnies, butterflies, birds and Lincolns.
Exciting, unexpected, realistic, impressionistic, abstract – the bunny paintings of celebrated artist Hunt Slonem have something for everyone. Every morning Slonem awake and performs what he calls his “daily warm-ups.” Within the course of half-an-hour, the artist paints rabbits on a series of small rectangular panels made of wood and Masonite, each work a post-expressionist narrative gesture of the artist in his element. John Berendy describes the process as. “…the artistic equivalent of calisthenics in which he flexes his painting apparatus to establish control over the colors, shapes and textures that flow from his mind’s eye through his arm, hand, and brush on the painted surface.
Hunt is an internationally recognized American painter, sculptor, and printmaker. His work had been exhibited in more than 350 galleries and museums worldwide and is represented in over 100 museums, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim, and The Whitney Museum of American Art, in New York City.