Joshua Hogan looks forward to exhibiting his painting, “A Shared Sense of Wonder” in the VACI Partners exhibition, Patterns and Repetitions: New Abstraction. The exhibition will be on display from August 1st through August 21st in Chautauqua’s Fowler Kellogg Art Center. The reception will be held Thursday, August 1st, from 3-5pm. To purchase a gate ticket for this event visit: Chautauqua Institution.
Hogan’s painting, “A Shared Sense of Wonder”, is an allegory for the interactions he experiences and the relationships between people in his own personal story. The act of painting requires the letting go of perceived memory in exchange for the opportunity to see something new. Painting is how he interprets the stories running through his mind that affect, form, and reshape his own sense-of-self.