When: June 1-30 2019
During his recent residency at Burlington’s New City Galerie, Donegan’s work evolved in “fun and surprising ways,” he reports in an artist statement. That is, the former stone carver shifted his focus dramatically from quirky, mysterious cloth-and-latex-paint constructions to assemblages of found objects. Moreover, Donegan writes, the process has tracked “changes in my emotional state and internal landscape.” With that in mind, viewers might enjoy plumbing the psychological depths of his creative material juxtapositions. As the gallery is under renovation, Donegan’s exhibition, titled “Low Places: New Constructions,” can be seen by appointment through June and at kevindonegan.net.