William Hudders returns to SFA Gallery for his second one-person show, this time emphasizing large and very large still-lifes. The show runs from Dec. 1-Jan. 3. An Opening Reception for the artist is planned for Saturday, Dec. 5th, from 5-8PM. Light Refreshments will be served.


“Still-life with Extension Cord” (above) is a good example. At 41” x 60” it is much larger than any traditional still life. Hudders’ approach is different as well: Instead of conceiving of the picture as a repository of highly-rendered objects, he focuses on the spaces between objects as much as the objects themselves. Using abstracted shapes, softened edges and uncanny tonal balance he creates paintings that convey nuance beyond what is actually painted.


“Still-Life” 26” x 32” though much smaller, shows Hudders carefully balancing incongruous objects in a shallow space, simplifying shapes, refining edges, until his exact aim is achieved.


John Schmidtberger’s solo show is up on display until November 30th. Be sure to stop in and check out the new art!

John Schmidtberger, "Yellow House" oil on linen, 20" x 30" $2000

John Schmidtberger, “Yellow House” oil on linen, 20″x30″ $2000

John Schmidtberger, "Perfect Barn" oil on canvas, 20"x30" $2000

John Schmidtberger, “Perfect Barn” oil on canvas, 20″x30″ $2000

John Schmidtberger, "The Point" oil on panel, 12"x12" (set of four) $4000

John Schmidtberger, “The Point” oil on panel, 12″x12″ (set of four) $4000


It’s been Four Years already!
SFA Gallery will celebrate four years in business with a solo exhibit by
gallery founder John Schmidtberger. Featuring new paintings from NJ, PA and
Maine. An Opening Celebration is planned for Saturday October 17th from 5-8pm.
Join us! Light refreshments will be served.





     Current Exhibit: William J. Zehngut and Mary Vengrofski Zehngut, through October 10


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