Nat Meade explores the meaning of masculinity through his paintings. via Artsy
So far, Meade has mostly worked small, and his intensely colorful, dense compositions have earned him spots in notable private and public collections. “Hank Stamper’s Bones,” Meade’s second solo show at Hesse Flatow in New York, on view through October 14th, presents works from this year that all expand his exploration of masculine archetype. The title references the eldest son of the hardscrabble, Pacific Northwestern logging family from Ken Kesey’s 1964 novel Sometimes a Great Notion. The show also enlivens Meade’s narratives with new adventures, featuring, for the first time, canvases populated by numerous figures, their steeds, and the detailed landscapes they traverse.
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