On Tuesday, March 5th from 6-8pm we’re celebrating a new exhibition by Phillip Baltz at The Yard: Bryant Park. Curated by Site:Brooklyn, the exhibit features a collection of acrylic paintings, many of which are inspired by Baltz’s earlier travels to Vietnam. His work is an exploratory process as he allows himself to be compelled by the elements within the composition that drive the final nature of the piece. As Baltz so eloquently states, he “moves in the current of his creative flow.”
We hope that you’ll join us at the opening reception to learn more about the inspiration behind these stunning pieces. Drinks and light bites will be provided.
About the Artist
Philip Baltz’s paintings focus on the present. Balancing monochrome and color, they suggest vistas and abstracted typographies.
By carefully layering acrylics, oils, epoxy resin, and natural elements, Baltz’s paintings draw striking fields of color, complex textures, and hints of landscape. His experiments with composition and consistency make for a truly singular series of works.
Baltz works out of a Gowanus studio and a converted shed in North Sea, Long Island.
Special thanks to Site:Brooklyn for sharing this beautiful collection with our community.
This exhibit is part of The Yard Art Program, which features seasonally rotating art exhibits and permanent collections across The Yard’s locations. You can read more about our current exhibits on our blog.