Andrew Reach: Full Circle
Monday, November 24, 2008 — Monday, November 29, 2010
In an effort to transcend his pain and physical limitations, he turned his creative energies to art.
Andrew Reach was working as an architect on the Frost Art Museum when his career ended because of a crippling spinal disease. In an effort to transcend his pain and physical limitations, he turned his creative energies to art.
Lacking the strength to paint, Reach created large-format computer-generated images. His love for painters Larry Rivers and Jackson Pollock inspired him to fuse the abstract expressionist’s aesthetic with his interest in Eastern traditions, Islamic art and African patterns.
Reach comes full circle with an exhibition of his work at The Frost, the beautiful and innovative structure he helped design.
For more on this exhibit, check out Full Circle on Issuu.