van Dyk Gallery

  • James Harrill
James Harrill (1936-1996) gained international recognition for his acrylic paintings of sun-drenched Greek buildings and of New Mexican adobes contrasted against expanses of clear, blue skies. His southwestern art concentrates on the soft mixture of the colors found in adobe houses, streets, and sky, and is usually accented with a bright door or window.

Harrill's work has been exhibited in galleries in Athens, Beirut and Zurich. His work is widely collected and distinguished because of a "fascination with the elemental forms of squares, circles and triangles, the cornerstones of my paintings (quoted Harrill)."
Although the painting has concluded, Harrill's images are timeless, as are the feelings they evoke.

From Leslie Levy Fine Art Gallery


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