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Paul Kremer Pods 01, 2020

Paul Kremer
Pods 01, 2020
Acrylic on canvas
72 x 108 inches

Paul Kremer Poppy 02, 2020

Paul Kremer
Poppy 02, 2020
Acrylic on canvas
32 x 48 inches

Paul Kremer Window 11, 2018

Paul Kremer
Window 11, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
45 x 32 inches
 

Paul Kremer Glacier 26, 2019

Paul Kremer
Glacier 26, 2019
16 x 12 inches

Paul Kremer Glow 04, 2019

Paul Kremer
Glow 04, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 30 inches

Paul Kremer Window 15, 2019

Paul Kremer
Window 15, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 26 inches

Paul Kremer Bridge 01, 2017

Paul Kremer
Bridge 01, 2017
Acrylic on paper
30 x 22 inches

Paul Kremer Glacier 22, 2018

Paul Kremer
Glacier 22, 2018
Acrylic on canvas in artist's frame
11 x 14 inches
Framed: 21 1/2 x 24 1/2 inches

Paul Kremer Stream 07, 2018

Paul Kremer
Stream 07, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 40 inches

Paul Kremer Hopper 12 (paper study), 2018

Paul Kremer
Hopper 12 (paper study), 2018
Acrylic on paper
30 x 22 1/2 inches

Paul Kremer Window 04 (Slope), 2018

Paul Kremer
Window 04 (Slope), 2018
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 36 inches

Biography

Paul Kremer, born in 1971 in Chicago, is an American artist whose artwork references everything but performance art. Kremer uses traditional methods, working with acrylics on canvas or paper to achieve his distinctive style of painting. His artistic production oscillates between digitally printed meditations on the internet, and massive color field abstractions. Art in America's Raphael Rubinstein describes Kremer's work as "bold compositions whose hard-edge, single-color shapes (generally red-orange, black, or white) oscillate between flat abstraction and illusionistic geometry, evoking monumental architecture as well as broken-off glacier sections. "Rubinstein also writes: "Kremer's uninflected surfaces and smooth contours mark him as an heir of Ellsworth Kelly." New York-based art historian and curator Alex Bacon has written extensively on Kremer's work and has praised the artist's ability to combine abstraction with everyday familiarity: "Abstracting from familiar forms. . . enables Kremer to harness the sensations that arise from our day-to- day encounters." Kremer's work has also been referred to as "wonderfully freeing" and Kremer's use of overlapping color fields has been likened to "Josef Albers-style color interactions."

Kremer’s paintings have been exhibited worldwide, including in solo and group shows in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Paris, Turin and Brussels. He lives and works in Houston, Texas.