• Philip Hanson
    Poem Without Words: Diamond Frame
    2006 - 2007
    oil on canvas
    20 x 18 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    The Heart Asks (Dickinson)
    2006-2007
    oil on canvas
    20 x 16 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Monument for Borromini
    2006-2007
    oil on canvas
    20 x 16 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Framed Niche
    2006-2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 21 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    The Bustle in the House (Dickinson)
    2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 18 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Valentine to the Baroque Ceiling
    2006-2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 18 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    So Be It
    2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 14 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Listless Lust
    2007
    oil on canvas
    16 x 12 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Organ Music I
    2007
    oil on canvas
    10 x 9 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Poem Without Words, Interman Frame
    2007
    oil on canvas
    16 x 16 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Poem Without Words: Blue Swallows
    2007
    oil on canvas
    16 x 16 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    This is Just to Say (Williams)
    2007
    oil on canvas
    16 x 12 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Poems Without Words: Leaf Orbits
    2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 18 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Poems Without Words: Oval
    2006-2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 18 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Mirror For Miyo
    2004
    oil on canvas
    18 x 18 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Poem Without Words: Ascending
    2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 18 inches

  • Philip Hanson
    Poem Without Words: Lily
    2007
    oil on canvas
    18 x 16 inches


PRESS RELEASE

 

One of the original Chicago imagist painters, Philip Hanson continues explore vivid new ideas in his most recent work. For his highly anticipated second show at Corbett vs Dempsey, Hanson presents a new series of explosively colorful abstractions, investigating the vibrational energies of hue and intensity, as well as a new batch of text-based works based on the poetry of Emily Dickinson, William Carlos Williams and others.

The exhibition is accompanied by a 36 pp., full color catalog.