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While Calvin’s work can be seen in light of the history of hard-edged abstraction, many of his works are also intimately connected to his personal life and interest in classic design motifs. This work is based on the Bavarian flag, which Calvin began painting after a trip to Munich where he was deeply inspired by city’s art and culture.
Calvin Ross Carl’s pattern and text-based works blend painterly techniques with personal narrative and commentary on our current cultural moment. As someone who grew up in a family of musicians and carpenters, Calvin’s art and design career is a natural fit. He studied at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland and works as a creative director at a design agency, in addition to his art practice. He’s had recent solo exhibitions at The Office at Russo Lee Gallery, Portland, Oregon and SEASON in Seattle. His art has been included in group exhibitions in Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Houston and Chicago. His work is in the collections of the City of Portland, Oregon and Lawrence & Clark Gallery, Chicago.