Oct 11, 2005

City Skip

City Skip


Steven McCallum

(American, 1951-)

Acrylic on canvas

Overall: 213.3 x 213.3 cm (84 x 84 in.)

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Striar 2005.154

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After moving to New York City in 1980, McCallum served as a studio assistant to Al Held, an artist also represented in the CMA’s collection.


After earning studio art degrees from Kent State University, McCallum launched his career creating large abstractions with complex layers of densely packed, razor-sharp shapes in raucous color.Evoking the energy of a metropolis, City Skip brims with beams, channels, grids, and wiry lines. The composition is further animated by accents of metallic paint.

See also
CONTEMP - Painting
Contemporary Art
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