The way of life

. May 16, 2012.

Artist Richard Wilt could take the most ordinary situation and make it striking and profound, providing a beautiful simplicity that made his viewers connect and wander. The Richard Wilt Legacy: A Museum Gifting Exhibition, taking place at the Chelsea River Gallery from January 21-Feburary 25, features a variety of the versatile modernists works, from stretched canvasses to drawings. A master at exploring human vulnerability in an obscure fashion, he proves to be one of the finest of a generation. 120 S. Main St. 734-433-0826.
www.chelsearivergallery.com 

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