Widely known for his “maximalist” paintings of wildlife, including birds, rabbits and butterflies, Hunt Slonem’s work draws heavily on visual languages of repetition and reiteration, aiming to create a unified mantra that builds a sense of prayer and spirituality through repetition. By repeating a single trope, Hunt constructs structures of line and energy that are built on a foundation of imperfect (but always intentional) brushwork.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Fundació Joan Miró, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, and Istanbul Museum of Modern Art are among the prestigious museums worldwide that have shown Hunt Slonem’s work. Whether you choose one unique piece, or a group of works to hang salon-style, we are honored to present this curated selection of works for you to add to your collection!

Opening reception Friday, September 30, from 5-7 pm.