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I refer to my work as “Social Expressionism.“ I often look to the past for visual resources and this exploration has exposed me to the richness, craftsmanship and spirituality of the cultures of Western Europe, Africa and Ancient Mexico. The complexities of the present and the possibilities of the future are also a constant basis of imagery, concept and metaphor.
Clark 207 | 413-545-6977 | Cole@art.umass.edu
Painting, drawing and contemporary issues in art
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Jerry Kearns’ “psychological pop” paintings represent a multidimensional quantum universe. Juxtaposing varied modes of representation, Kearns presents a visual mash-up that highlights how certain iconography expresses American belief structures. In compositions rife with conflict, questioning, contradictions and intrigue, Kearns depicts iconic figures sourced from Western popular culture engaged in perpetual power struggles, though it’s never clear who is winning.