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Nicholas Gehlhausen

Nicholas Gehlhausen


The vocabulary of art…built up from the elements of sensible experience…; but what is thus constructed is not intended to resemble any natural species…; it is intended to convey an intelligible meaning, and beyond that to point the way to the realization in consciousness of a condition of being – Elements of Buddhist Iconography by AK Coomaraswamy.


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About My Work:

Gehlhausen creates sculpture of figurative abstractions, drawings which are gestural interpretations of music and found object assemblages.

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B.F.A. Herron School of Art





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