Lewis Lanza Rudolph
This autumn, Mulberry Art Studios will be showcasing the work of the late Lewis Lanza Rudolph, who was such a prolific artist in his day that – even though Mulberry has held two exhibitions of his work over the past few years – every piece in this show has not been exhibited since his death. The exhibit will have opening receptions during both October and November First Fridays, October 4 and November 1, from 5-9 p.m.
Lewis Lanza Rudolph began painting in 1966 and continued into the late 1990s, mostly painting in obscurity. Rudolph lived his entire life in his childhood home in Red Bank, New Jersey, and spent his free time alone, walking the boardwalks of Asbury Park to Belmar, New Jersey, and painting in his basement. He died in 2012 during valve replacement surgery.
Rudolph’s work is predominately abstract, created in oils on masonite with occasional added paper and wax layering. He was favorably critiqued by the New York Times during the time he spent showing his work in New York City and Northern New Jersey galleries.
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