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Unnamable art at Perry and Carlson Gallery

‘At Sea Level’ and other area exhibits coming to a close

A painting using duotone colors showcases light on the water.
From painting in the tradition of strict abstraction, Christian Carlson has found his way to depicting “something unnamable,” perhaps arising from glimpses of islands he studies from the ferry on weekly commutes to Orcas Island. His latest exhibit at Perry and Carlson Gallery in Mount Vernon, “At Sea Level,” features works like “Light on the Water,” with a friendly brilliance beckoning beyond the headlands. (Photo by Stephen Hunter)
By Stephen Hunter CDN Contributor
On a windy Saturday afternoon in Mount Vernon before Christmas, it became clear to me Christian Carl
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