Jedd Garet

Jedd Garet is an American sculptor, painter and printmaker, who was born in 1955. He was raised in California, studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, and customary a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

Influenced by surrealist painter Giorgio de Chirico, Garet uses garish colors in unusual contrasts to explore dealings between nature, man, and art. He combines human figures, classical architectural fragments and taking away in narrative works, and is known for his amorphous sparkle forms. Nothing Too unusual and Beautiful, in the accrual of the Honolulu Museum of Art demonstrates this phase of the artist's monumental sculpture. It was originally created as a folly for a sculpture park exhibition at Wave Hill in New York City. In sophisticated work, figures, trees and supplementary more recognizable objects were bonus to the minimalist flat ground, creating tension.

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Honolulu Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art (New York City), the Phoenix Art Museum (Phoenix, Arizona), the Portland Art Museum (Portland, Oregon), the Tate Gallery (London), and the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York City) are in the midst of the public collections holding works by Jedd Garet.

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