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triptych: bright wavelets (2008)
digital image, three panels, each 76x38in.

the american algorists: linear sublime

the american algorists: linear sublime, curator grant taylor (lebanon valley college, annville pa, september-october 2013 and school of visual arts, new york, november-december 2013).

works from the anne and michael spalter collection: hebert, mohr, verostko, wilson, etc... i have loaned a few drawings for this exhibition, and will show an early sand sculpture ryoan-ji 2000 (loan from a private collector).

grant taylor and bruce wands wrote a catalog for the show.

installation and opening in annville were friendly and successful -gallery visit- and a welcome opportunity to meet with fellow algorists mark wilson and manfred mohr

a wonderful painting is the result of the feeling in your fingers. if you have the feeling of the thickness of the ink in your brush, the painting is already there before you paint. when you dip your brush into the ink you already know the result of your drawing, or else you cannot paint. so before you do something, being is there, the result is there. even though you look as if you were sitting quietly, all your activity, past and present, is included, and the result of your sitting is also already there.
(d.t. suzuki)

creative commons license jean-pierre hébert contact. (01 Oct 2014)