Harmonics: Sixty Years of Life in Art

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11.65 X 11.57 X 0.47 inches | 2.05 pounds

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About the Author

Paul Gruhler grew up in New York City, in awe of the tall buildings and the orderly grid of streets and avenues. His first exposure to fine art was at the China Institute on 65th Street where he attended church services with his parents. There, surrounded by the intense color and abstract forms of ancient Chinese ink paintings and porcelains, he became aware of universal art. During the following years, he traveled extensively and encountered many art forms firsthand - from the ancient to the contemporary -- in Mexico, South America, the Far East and Europe. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in Mexico City, Finland, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, and throughout the United States
Carolyn Bauer is currently the Associate Curator of the Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont. After receiving her B.A. in Art History from Lawrence University in 2012, she attended and received her Master of Arts degree in Art History with Museum Training from The George Washington University. After a short Graduate Curatorial Internship at The Phillips Gallery, Washington DC, she started her seven year association with the Shelburne Museum first as Curatorial Assistant, then as Assistant Curator and since June 2019 as Associate Curator.