Untitled, 2019 , Oil on linen, 60 x 96 inches

Contemporary American artist Ross Bleckner's often emotional and poetic paintings are seeped in symbolic and recurring imagery. Throughout his career, Bleckner has employed the use of flowers, doves and cells, often in a blurry or gauzy haze, incorporated with an ethereal luminosity, to recall the ideas of memory, change and loss. Bleckner's style began as a response to the emotional toll brought on by the AIDS crisis in the 1980s and continues to be a reaction to today's current moods and political climate.

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