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Gorbatty

Norman Gorbaty: Works in Dialogue

The Bellarmine Museum

January 27 - March 27, 2011

Over the span of his fifty year career as a graphic artist, Norman Gorbaty has produced a formidable body of work, including sculptures, paintings, and works on paper. A master of abstract empiricism, the artist's work is a testament to his pursuit of pure forms through observation and movement. Using emptiness as a symbol and minimalism as a style, Gorbaty transforms spaces into an evocative blend of mystery, freshness, and beauty. Works in Dialogue will run in tandem with Gorbaty's show of Judaica at the Thomas J. Walsh Gallery (To Honor My People), and will highlight the artist's smaller works on paper and his carved "stele."

Read more about the artist's drawings, and see images of works from his previously unpublished sketchbooks, in "Norman Gorbaty & the Legacy of Disegno"





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