Redding shows art in NYC

By Staff

New York City, Aug. 15, 2016, 1 p.m. - Rob Redding's new art is now on display at Savoy in New York City.

"There is one work from my new black and white series and one with color," Redding said. "Both of these are part of my new Deconstruction paintings, where technique is just as powerful as the color used to express it. Like the blue sky is painted with clouds, raw exposed canvas is used as part of a constructivist backdrop and foreground which are peeled away once surrounded by the sgraffito interrupting my Jackson Pollock-inspired gestural drip style. The sky has a picturesque story to tell and so do the arresting and sometimes adventitious collision of colors in my Smear Paintings."

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Redding has shown his work in Brussels, Washington, D.C., Atlanta throughout Florida and Louisiana. Both works have been created since leaving Europe two years ago.

The paintings went up at the first of the month, alongside other artist. His latest works can be found on his art website at

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Redding has worked through the media for two decades and continues to do so with his talk show "Redding News Review Unrestricted" heard via his website in 24 states and two countries.


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