For more than thirty years, Harmon-Meek Gallery has presented the annual solo exhibition of Richard Segalman’s latest works and every year we are delighted by what new works the master of four mediums has created for us. Segalman is as adept with pastel and monotype as he is with oils and watercolors.
Most easily recognized for his iconic women on the beach in long flowing skirts, he also is loved for his works of city street scenes, women sitting in city window sills or on brown-stone front steps, and women in dressing rooms surrounded by clothing and hats.
With his pastels he is able to show much more of his decisive stroke and create the feeling of movement through this amazingly durable medium. His pastel works are truly works of beauty and contemplation.
The exhibition is free and open to the public Monday – Friday 10 am to 5 pm. Harmon-Meek Gallery is located at 599 9th ST N in the Capital Bank Building.
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