SAUL GRAY-HILDENBRAND: THE LONG SHRUG
Galerie Tangerine / 900 SOUTH ST., STE. 104, NASHVILLE, TN February 15 - 29th
Join us for an opening reception on Thursday, February 15th at 6:00 PM as we kick off this exciting new show with celebratory drinks, catered hors d'oeuvres, live music and a collection of amazing artwork. Mark your calendars - We promise this will be one opening reception + exhibition that you won't want to miss!
Saul Gray-Hildenbrand was born and raised in Michigan. He has lived in Colorado, California, and currently resides in Murfreesboro Tennessee.
Saul has worked as head preparator, curator, picture framer, factory worker, video clerk, racetrack utility man, and as disaster mitigation tech. All of these vocations have informed his work.
Saul works in a variety of media from oil painting to installation. His work is influenced by folk, modern art and contemporary art. Saul's paintings, drawings, and sculptures are a reaction to the world around him - sometimes mundane, sometimes ironic, sometimes absurd with a sprinkling of dark humor and joyful misanthropy. His current body of work deals with mapping and then obscuring visual information.