WOLFS Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of Ken Nevadomi (b. 1939), one of Cleveland’s premier figurative painters. Included is the acquisition of Nevadomi’s own remarkable collection of paintings spanning his celebrated and prolific career. Known for his direct and often controversial figurative subject matter, Nevadomi’s art is an intuitive and personal response to contemporary culture and urban drama.
Eerie and Uncanny World of American Surrealist Clarence Holbrook Carter
Long Overlooked, Clarence Holbrook Carter Is Getting New Life in Los Angeles
artnet - Katie White
February 23, 2021
Clarence Holbrook Carter, an American Surrealist Who Painted Life, Death, and Rebirth
Hyperallergic - Natalie Haddad
February 27, 2021
LOS ANGELES — In 1982, Clarence Holbrook Carter explained, “Beyond reality I felt there must be another realm to explore.” The statement reflects Carter’s approach to art. Though the artist, who died in 2000 at 96, began his career as an American Scene painter, his fascination with life’s mysteries underpinned his entire oeuvre.
The Beauty They Possess
William Sommer's Children at Wolfs Gallery
CAN Journal - Christopher L. Richards
The number of artists in this world and their creations are almost infinite, but a source of endless joy when you begin fishing in this vast ocean. A small percentage of artworks become the Guccis and Ferraris, the popular fish. If you can’t catch a Gucci or Ferrari, it’s not a problem though. There are many more fish in the sea, and in fact, they are often more interesting and beautiful. It’s the keen-eyed gallerists, hopefully including us, who are rounding up these more elusive works, researching them and making markets for new prizes that engage collectors.