"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery One

Top: Homage to David Ligare
Middle: Domestic Scene
Bottom: All the Lonely People

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Two

Top: Still Life Levitating
Middle: Homage to Cadmus
Bottom: Requium

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Three

Title: The Renunciation of St. Fraancis

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Four

Top: The Fool
Middle: Still Life
Bottom: Dream

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Five

Top: Homage to Kahlo
Middle: The Suicides
Bottom: Still Life

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Six

Top: The Soul In Mortal Sin
Middle: Still Life With Figures
Bottom: Pastoral

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Seven

Title: Baby Compartments

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Eight

Triptych: Compartments: 1,2,3

Title: Homage to Hockney

Compartments - Terrance Nelson - Gallery Nine

Top: Fragment
Bottom: Mass At Midnight

Happy Thanksgiving!

"Compartments" Paintings and Drawings by Terrance Nelson

The Exhibit at Abbey-Roads.


The exhibit, "Compartments" Paintings and Drawings by Terrance Nelson will NOW open at 6:01 PM Tuesday, November 25, 2008 at Abbey-Roads online gallery. (Here.)


The exhibit consists of small paintings and drawings by Terry Nelson on paper. Each piece is approximately 5" x 7", and is executed in oils, or crayon. The pieces will be shown in groups of 2 or 3 on separate posts. No particular order or classification is made as regards subject matter. The exhibit is a glimpse into the concept of compartmental thought, as well as vision; whether it comprises one's perception of the details of a painting, a landscape, an aspiration, or a memory. The work is serious, albeit undisciplined; the result of an exercise of free association and expression.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Where is the "Janice" post from "For Your Consideration"?

Last night I took some youtube posts down, thinking they were causing problems for me. I'm having computer troubles again and so I'll have to call someone in. Hopefully it will not interfere with my gallery opening Wednesday - remember - it is my online art exhibition entitled "Compartments". It debuts Wednesday, November 26 at 6:00 PM. Everyone is invited.
I think it will be family friendly.