Allan Linder is currently exhibiting at the Ward-Nasse Gallery in New York City. This gallery is a highly-respected landmark in Soho. The gallery first opened in Boston during the early 1960s and eventually moved to its present location in 1970 when it became artist run.

The Ward-Nasse Gallery is located at 178 Prince Street, and it is one of the oldest original galleries in the city.

This exhibit runs through the months of May, June, and July of 2001. (Extended Exhibit)

Mixture

1996, Acrylic on canvas

11 x 14

Private collection

Be true to you

2001, Acrylic on canvas

14 x 18

Private collection

Redwood

2001, Acrylic on canvas

14 x 18

Private collection

Path to mastery

2001, Acrylic on canvas

40 x 48

Private Collection

Spin

2001, Acrylic on canvas

8 x 10

Private collection

Conserve

2001, Acrylic on canvas

8 x 10

Private collection

In this collection of paintings, the artist explores an abstract combination of words and images in the title "Primitive." The vast diversity of this artists work is a tribute to his ability to adapt and evolve a style that is true to him, in a new-bohemian way.
Linder at the Ward-Nasse Gallery in Soho, NY. after the Summer Salon reception held on June 9th, 2001.

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