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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Paul Kittlaus
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 24" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 30" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 24" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
18" x 24" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
16" x 20" 
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Acrylic on Linen
30" x 30" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
20" x 16" 
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Mixed Media on Canvas
24" x 30" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 24" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 36" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 24" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 24" 
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Mixed Media on Canvas
30" x 24" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 30" 
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Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 30" 
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28" x 22" 
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Paul Kittlaus

Paul Kittlaus’ work is embodied in color at play. Drawn to lives lived upstream, explorers and rebels, Kittlaus listens for a hint of the future as he paints. Excavation of the mystical and spiritual, as well as a sense of lightness and fun, shine through his abstract, acrylic paintings. Burgeoning yellows imbue the canvas with a narrative of courage and risk, while calm blues and bold reds serve as a beacon of hope as he advocates for a more just and peaceful world. “We want to push back against the darkness which takes the life out of us,” says the artist.

Kittlaus has lived a life shaped by sharing through action and passion. Raised in St. Louis, Missouri, he is a graduate of Chicago Theological Seminary, and was ordained a minister in 1959. Through ministry, Kittlaus used idiom to help people lead more joyful, empowered lives. Now retired, Kittlaus’ painting serves as a catalyst for encouragement, personal insight and renewed vision of one’s place in the world. His process is a contemplative practice that produces beauty in the face of violence and hatred. Kittlaus’ work has been exhibited throughout California and at the Ghost Ranch in New Mexico.






Artists in this exhibition

Ewa | Sylke Singelmann | Saurabh Mohan | Rosana Largo Rodríguez | Perez Reiter | Cynthia Chace Gray | Yinon Shamshins | Shlomo Israeli | Mehdi Oveisi | Pia Sjölin | Florencia Zampieri | Marek Wasylewicz | Sylvain Boisjoly | Noriyoshi Morimoto | José Talamás Abularach | Ignatius | Nancy Holleran | Tina Louise Lambert | toNI Altenstrasser | Margret Carde | Ani Agassi | Deborah Helms | Ora Cohen | Flores Thierry | Jose Ramon Santiago | Sayumi Osanai | Hiroshi Wada (和田 浩志) | Clara de Bobes | R. Matheson | María Alejandra Ibáñez | Paris Gray | Iswanto Soerjanto | Zuzka Tarkosova | claracarat | Latoya Tidd | Christine Lückmann | Sergey Iakovlev (Яковлев) | Doofan Kwaghhool | Helena Zyryanova | Romaric Bonne | Mileidy Plata | Maribel Matthews | Nelya Akimova | Aaron Cristofaro | Crazy Rah Art aka Sarah Stott | Claudia Mini | Gordana Tomic | Alexander Ossipov (TOTUR) | RAN | Iva Milanova | Russell Jacobs | Karen Kanas | Alex Nemirovsky | Rodrigo Paredes | Judy Ann Filipich | Akihito Izumi | Andrew Knox | Dan Aug | Irina Mauler | Alexey SAVART | Meir Raz | Marina Maltezou | Rine Philbin | Picasso Picasso | Sheetal Shaw | Akinori Ohtsuka | Fábio Salun | Hanan Levi | Miguel de la Cruz | Yotta | Patti Hodder | Satoco Yamamoto | Uriy Bykov | Amani Elbayoumi | Flávia Centrone | Mario España | Zie Otto | MrLou | Caroline Degroiselle | Blanca Severo | Anina E. Hathaway | Fariba Baghi | YoungHee Woo | Paul Kittlaus | Yu He | Luisa Vicente Isola

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