Exhibitions

1949 - 1960
Los Angeles County Museum

1953
De Young Memorial Museum
San Francisco

1953
Carnegie Institute
Pittsburgh

1952
California Palace of the Legion of Honor
San Francisco

1955
Sao Paulo Brazil Biennale

1951
Newcomer Show at the Downtown Gallery
New York

1957
Santa Barbara Museum of Art


For myself, I need to rediscover sentiment
. . . and find a meaningful synthesis of robust
sensibility and classical containment,
durability. The external force is tempered
by reconsideration, re-examination.

At this time, my work attempts an
intuitive process which might be termed
deliberate, whereby, I may see the work
slowly evolve - so I might taste all. Most of
the pictures underwent exhaustive changes
to establish an image of accumulated vision.

I'm convinced one creates his own
individual era, so his works must be profoundly
identifiable to his own arm and liver.

I do not find myself bound by any
particular aesthetic theory, past or present,
since painting is a timeless art, timelessly
experienced.


ROBERT CHUEY
February 1961

Invitation/Catalog
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara, California
December 18, 1956
Intaglio Print
8.5 x 5.5 (12 pages)
Invitation/Catalog
Frank Perls Gallery
Beverly Hills, California
February 26, 1961
Intaglio Print
8.5 x 5.5 (12 pages)

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