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Past


Exhibit History

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Past


Exhibit History

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Solo exhibit at Buell Theater, March thru July 2016


"The Buell proudly unveils Michael's latest work, large in scale and a stunning addition to the Buell's galleria. His technique is centered around very loose origins, allowing chance and intuition to play the major role. He has delivered a series of exuberant paintings, in which abstraction and representation engage and coalesce into psychologically charged images." 

- Rudi Cerri
Curator and Public Art Administrator / Arts & Venues

 

Space Gallery Exhibit "ReMARKable" 2016

Space Gallery Exhibit "ReMARKable" 2016

Michael Gadlin takes the lead on the walls; he’s someone who actually exhibits all the time. The work included here covers a lot of ground, and the range is so broad that his section could almost be mistaken for a group show. The large paintings are the most important — not just because of their size, but also because of the ambition revealed in their dense, complex and heavily painted compositions. Gadlin not only does the kind of abstraction seen here, but he also works figuratively, as seen in the abstracted faces that make up his current solo at the Buell Theatre.

- Michael Paglia : Art Critic for Westword, 2016.
 

Entice

ArtsBrookfield solo exhibition at 1801 California, Denver. September - November, 2014

Solo exhibit at ArtsBrookfield 1801 Lobby

Solo exhibit at ArtsBrookfield 1801 Lobby

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2014 Radio Interview


Found Object installation at ArtHaus 2014

Found Object installation at ArtHaus 2014

Raw Marks solo exhibit at artHaus gallery 2013

Raw Marks solo exhibit at artHaus gallery 2013

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Installation


Installation


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News


Press History

News


Press History


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Collaborātion


Harmonious Amalgamations

A collaborātion of an unlikely pair.

 

 

Collaborātion


Harmonious Amalgamations

A collaborātion of an unlikely pair.

 

 

In this series Gadlin collaborates with contemporary figurative master Ron Hicks in a new series which challenges the choice of materials they used. Identifying the most interesting relationships in their work, both artist worked together to make the viewer look a bit closer at those relationships that seem to be defined by the culmination of form, aggressive texture, expressive line, and an assemblage approach involving mixed media. They call this abstraction-meets-classical-figurative-mastery; "Harmonious Amalgamations". It seems to be the right time to pursue such an unlikely pair. Creating what is undoubtedly the kind of art that will challenge many perspectives in a sophisticated, elegant and refined way.