Richard Levy Gallery is pleased to present I Used To Be A Rainbow, an exhibition of paintings by Earl McBride. McBride’s abstract works are rooted in storytelling. By using various mark-making tools he presents an exploration of identity and transformation.
McBride’s large-scale paintings are theatrical and unmeditated. Using spray paint, lithography grease pencils, thick oil paint straight from the tube, colored pencil, graphite, asphalt, and enamel marker, McBride transforms wooden panels into fields of discordant colors and shapes that look like both brash decisions and restrained calculated thoughts.
Images for this exhibition can be found on our website www.levygallery.com.
High-resolution images are available on request.