Jeff Perrott

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Current Work

rw114 (odiris) 2012 24" x 22" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw115 (flaventus) 2012 24" x 22" Oil and enamel on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw113 (irrelepus) 2012 24" x 22" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw102 (turtle) 2012 24" x 22" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw134 (perfect picture) 2012 19" x 22" Oil and enamel on canvas. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw128 (smile) 2012 22" x 24" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw108 (subrusticus) 2012 24" x 22" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw103 (lazybone) 2012 24" x 22" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw125 (run and tumble) 2012 24" x 22" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw126 (dedecus) 2012 24" x 22" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw116 (plantapagina) 2012 24" x 22" Oil, enamel, and acrylic on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw117 (seer) 24" x 22" Oil and enamel on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw138 (schizoidus) 2012 17" x 16" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

rw139 (victoria vincere) 2012 16" x 17" Oil on linen. LaMontagne Gallery, Boston.

Exhibitions

Volta (2012)

Random Walks in Endless Fields (2010)

Empty Canvas (2009)

La Vie Éternelle (2006)

Nature of Things (2005)

Gethsemane (2002)

More or Less (1999)

I (1995)

Blog

Thank You

Wednesday September 10, 2014
When is the last time I said thank you as I approached an artwork? Typically, I’m looking for something in an artwork – looking for it to be or to do something. This can be subtle or gross – for … Continue reading

Joe Wardwell’s Party

Saturday June 14, 2014
  One could make the argument that: the view of abstract expressionism that prized its bigness, its coaxing of sublime feelings, is rooted in the 19th century Hudson River School of landscape painting, with its embrace of the bigness of … Continue reading

The Third Thing

Friday March 21, 2014
My friend Wes sent a thoughtful reply to my last post that prompted some speculative (and very raw) thought on the real encounter.  In his reply Wes mentioned Paul Ricoeur’s “Hermeneutics of Suspicion” – which suggested the idea that in … Continue reading

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