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artscope magazine: January/February 2013
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CORNERED: Sand T Kalloch
HEIGHT, WIDTH, DEPTH, TIME: BOSTON SCULPTORS CELEBRATE 20 YEARS
DOUBLE LEGACY
EXPRESSIVE PAINTING 2013
TOUCHING NEW HORIZONS
JOHN LOBOSCO: THE VISUAL JOURNEY
SILAS FINCH: AFLOAT
ESTHETIC ECSTACY
STAVEY STEERS: NIGHT HUNTER
CAROL O'MALIA: ON THEIR OWN
IMAGING THE INVISIBLE: ANGELS, DEMONS, PRAYER & WISDOM
ONCE: AN EXHIBITION OF ARTIST FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS
POP PARADISE: WORKS BY ARTISTS DAVE LEFNER, KELLY REEMSTEN AND ROBERT TOWNSEND
AN ALL GALLERY SHOW
KEITH LEMLEY: DREAMS OF AN IDEAL
NATHAN STEVENS
SETTING THE STAGE AT ADELSON
VERMONT'S ROUTE 7 BAEDEKER, SHELBURNE TO MIDDLEBURY
THIS NARROW DISTANCE
REVOLUTIONS: PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE ARAB SPRING BY REMI OCHLIK
JOHN LOBOSCO: THE VISUAL JOURNEY
James Dyment


Albright Art Gallery

32 Main Street

Concord, Massachusetts

February 7 through March 30



A visit to Albright Art Gallery in Concord, Massachusetts takes you on “The Visual Journey” with the work of John Lobosco.



When I saw the color in some of Lobosco’s large geometric paintings, Josef Albers instantly came to mind, so I asked Lobosco if Albers was an influence in his work. “I have always liked Albers’ work,” he said. “I am sure he influenced my work, particularly with regard to the speed in which your eye may move from one field of color to another.” He did point out that he differs from Albers because he strives to make each composition unique. “Geometric 4” demonstrates bold marks of color on a life-size panel.



His large panels deal primarily with color and shape: big, bold gestures and paint-filled brush strokes. But, his silkscreen prints have muted earth tones and are textural with a painterly quality. The subdued color brings him to a quiet, contemplative place. He has used high key colors for years and often needs to take a break; he works back and forth, between painting and printmaking, frequently.


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