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Photographs by Eric Zetterquist at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
November 17, 2021
Eric Zetterquist, Corvette C8 (Red Liseret), 2021, smb.jpg, 60 x 180 cm.
Salient Lines--Vintage and Supercar Portraits by Eric Zetterquist
November 13-December 26, 2021, Garden Exhibition
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is pleased to debut Eric Zetterquist’s work with the Sculpture in Motion exhibition. Eric Zetterquist’s art has always been about celebrating brilliant form. He is best known for abstractions that are derived from his photographs of ancient objects, which have been exhibited in museums and galleries in the US, China, Japan, Taiwan and Thailand. Often shown together with their “source objects”, the aim of the artist is to get his audience to stop and see – not just look – at beautiful form.
A lifelong auto enthusiast, Zetterquist has now turned his lens to the glories of brilliant automotive design. Using a similar technique, he photographs cars and amplifies the salient, form-defining lines. He then turns them into large, inky abstractions reminiscent of Asian calligraphy.
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