The Daily Serving, an international publication for contemporary art, has profiled Froelick Gallery artist Gabriel Liston. Contributor A. Will Brown writes:
"When describing his paintings, Gabriel Liston often uses words commonly associated with cinematic film creation: shot and frame, story and sketch, backstory and narrative. Many of his works—small paintings rendered in black-and-white or color—depict scenes from real events taken from the artist’s life.
However, once painted, these moments from Liston’s life—due in part to their modest scale and a pervasive illusory quality—become surreal vignettes, yet remain remarkably knowable or nearly remembered. Each painting resounds with an intense yet unimposing painterly depth, both psychological and technical."
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