The Evocative Geometry of Painter Jason Rohlf
By Rose Balistreri, Third Coast Daily, December 10th, 2013 |
When you enter the exhibit of the Jason Rohlf show, the first thing you see are the shop rags mounted on the north wall. These are normally used to clean up paint in a garage or painters’ studio but Rohlf has turned them into works of art. In fact, the entire series of nine painterly rags sold out before the show even opened at the Tory Folliard Gallery.
The shop rags provide a kind of key to Rohlf’s work, which has a feel of something that’s