"These works are a new series that began in late 2017 and evolved as a radical departure from my long-time "Painting on Construction" series. They are compositions of form, color, and movement, based both on nature and man-made cultural influences including neon, reflections, faded billboards, and wall."
American Artist, Jeff Pullen began his career as an exhibiting artist in 1970, after studying with Ernest Briggs, a well known Abstract Expressionist. He holds BFA (1970) and MFA (1977) in Painting from Pratt Institute, New York. Since 1970, he has had over fifty (50) one-man exhibits throughout the United States and participated in over sixty (60) group shows nationally and abroad.
"I am fortunate enough to have my work included in numerous private collections as well as several public. In 2009, I had a book published, "Invisible on the Periphery" of short stories chronicling many people met during my forty-plus years as a painter."
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