New Paintings by Ted Randler at Eric Schindler Gallery 

Friday, April 12

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From his artist’s statement: “I’m more like the easel painters from the late 19th century who painted from what they encountered on a daily basis rather than what might look good in a 2000 square foot white gallery space. Somewhat autobiographical, the images I pluck from the photo stream on my phone, paintings from art history found on the internet, flowers I see on the way to work, people I sketch on the metro, or even background dancers from videos I watch on YouTube are spun intuitively into my work.”  Opening reception is held from 7 to 9 p.m. Show runs through May 10. ericschindlergallery.com.


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