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  • James Hendricks

    Helen Shlien Gallery

    Esthetically perceived cognitions are often substantiated by science. Thus Giotto’s apprehension of weight, mass, and perspective were given “objective veracity” by Renaissance scholarship, while Freud generously acknowledged that poets and philosophers had recognized the unconscious before his own divination of it. A similar interplay of analytical theory and sensed perception activates James Hendricks’ new paintings, which intuit new theories of physics with a taut energy.

    Grand unified theories suggest a web of connections among all things in the universe, beginning at the first moments of

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