A Letter Edged In Black, 2017

  • Graphite, Gouache, Ink, on Paper
  • 38 x 38 cm
A Letter Edged In Black

Untitled (Pink and Black for TA), 2018

  • Graphite, Gouache, Ink, on Paper
  • 30,5 x 30,5 cm
Untitled (Pink and Black for TA)

Untitled, 2018

  • Graphite, Gouache, on Paper
  • 28 x 28 cm
Untitled

Bhagavan Decreed, 2017

  • Graphite, Gouache, on Paper
  • 23 x 45 cm
Bhagavan Decreed

Untitled, 2018

  • Graphite on Paper
  • 23 x 23 cm
Untitled

Untitled, 2018

  • Graphite on Paper
  • 28 x 35,5 cm
Untitled

Untitled, 2018

  • Graphite, Ink, on Paper
  • 15 x 15 cm
Untitled

Untitled, 2018

  • Graphite on paper
  • 38 x 38 cm
Untitled

Untitled, 2018

  • Graphite, Pigment, on Paper
  • 28 x 28 cm
Untitled

Untitled, 2018

  • Graphite on Paper
  • 15 x 15 cm
Untitled

Untitled, 2016

  • Graphite, Gouache, Ink, on Paper
  • 23 x 23 cm
Untitled

Jeremiad, 2017

  • Graphite on Paper
  • 38 x 38 cm
Jeremiad

GM, 2017

  • Graphite on Paper
  • 23 x 23 cm
GM

Untitled (Lucinda), 2018

  • Graphite, Pigment, on Paper
  • 28 x 28 cm
Untitled (Lucinda)

Collapse New Buildings, 2015

  • Graphite, Ink, on Paper
  • 30,5 x 30,5 cm
Collapse New Buildings

Untitled (Breathe In Breathe Out), 2018

  • Graphite on Paper
  • 38 x 38 cm
Untitled (Breathe In Breathe Out)

Installation shot

Installation shot

Installation shot

Installation shot

Installation shot

Installation shot

Installation shot

Installation shot

Pete Schulte

Drawing is the cornerstone of Pete Schulte practice but it also includes the integration of sculpture, site-specific wall drawings, and installations. The works are rarely predetermined, but arrive through the act of improvising and revising, with one work often begetting the next. Ideas and images, intuited or observed, are explored and re-examined in an effort to probe the boundaries of an inquiry. They favor a quiet geometry, nuanced surface, and the subtle use of chromatic color. His interest lies in  the manner in which the language of abstraction can be utilized in service of both the meditative experience and as a carrier of meaning. It is a personal response to existential, political, social, and ecological struggles of today. Schulte is an associate professor at the University of Alabama, USA.

Curriculum Vitae

1970, Rock Island, Illinois, USA

Education:

2008 | M.F.A. Painting and Drawing, University of Iowa

Exhibitions / Events (selection):

2018

Pete Schulte, Marilyn Lerner, Michelle Benoit [three-person exhibition] McKenzie Fine Art, New York, New YorkMore or Less [group exhibition] Hemphill Fine Art, Washington D.C.
The Lamplighter [solo exhibition] Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
I’ll See It When I Believe It: Works from the collection of Rebecca and Jack Drake [group exhibition] Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Frontiers [group exhibition]
The Spring/Break Art Show, New York, New York

2017

Uncommon Territory [group exhibition] The Montgomery Museum of Art, Montgomery, Alabama
Life’s Rich Pageant [group exhibition] Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, New York
A Letter Edged In Black 6: We’re Finally On Our Own [solo exhibition] Woskob Family Gallery at Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania
Graphite (group exhibition) Schick Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
A Certain Slant Of Light [group exhibition] Riverside Art Center, Riverside, Illinois *Curated by Shona Macdonald and Bill Conger

2016

A Letter Edged In Black 5: The Black Object [solo exhibition] Biggin Gallery, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
No More Snake Oil Blues [solo exhibition] Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, New York
Ineffable Domains [group exhibition] Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville
The Black & White Project [group exhibition] Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
Abstraction Today [group exhibition] Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta
A Letter Edged In Black 4: No Quarter [solo exhibition] Mild Climate, Nashville
Look&Listen at Paper/Paris Art Fair, Paris [group exhibition] Presented by Look&Listen Gallery (of Saint Chamas, France),

2015

Dear Artist, Congratulations [group exhibition] Lovey Town, Madison, Wisconsin / The Franklin, Chicago, Illinois
Coupling: Amy Pleasant and Pete Schulte [two-person exhibition] Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art, Piedmont College, Demorest, Georgia
The Black & White Project at The Sluice Art Fair, London [group exhibition] Presented by Look&Listen Gallery (of Saint Chamas, France)
A Letter Edged In Black 3: The Expulsion [solo exhibition] 5 Rooms, Nashville, Tennessee *Curated by Karen Seapker and Vadis Turner
Build A Fire [solo exhibition] Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2014

John Dilg Paintings / Pete Schulte Drawings [two-person exhibition] Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson, New York
Noir/Blanc [group exhibition] Look & Listen Gallery, Saint Chamas, France
Between Moth and Flame [solo exhibition] Whitespec Project Space, Atlanta, Georgia
Simplest Means [group exhibition] Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York, New York
Prairie Smoke [solo exhibition] Knox College Art Gallery, Galesburg, Illinois

2013

Text [group exhibition] Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, New Hampshire *Curated by Tim Donovan – Launch F18 Gallery
PULP 3 (Ire Straits): Works On/Of Paper Beta Pictoris Gallery, Birmingham, Alabama
Painting, Painting [group exhibition] ArtPadSF, Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco, California *Curated by Amanda Roscoe Mayo for Beta Pictoris Gallery

Collections:

Schulte’s work is in numerous private collections across the United States and in the following public collections:

Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama
The Fidelity Collection, Boston, Massachusetts
Northwest Art Center, Minot State University, Minot South Dakota
Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa.

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