Roland Poska is the currently the subject of a solo exhibition at the Greenville County Museum of Art in Greenville, South Carolina. Jerald Melberg Gallery partnered with the museum to loan a survey exhibition of works spanning the artist's career. Poska was a master papermaker who ran a printmaking studio and also established and taught at the Milwaukee School of Art and Design. He is known for his paintings made with colorful paper pulp, often very large in scale and abstract in composition. Over his five-decade career, he explored themes of color, nature and egalitarianism on a monumental scale.
Learn more about the exhibition here. On view through May 26.
See available works by Roland Poska here.