CHRIS MILK HULBURT

AUGUST 31 - OCTOBER 29

Summer Bums, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800 Contact us for purchase

Summer Bums, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800

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Indian Blanket Bouquet, acrylic on canvas, 31.5" x 31.5",  $1400 Contact us for purchase

Indian Blanket Bouquet, acrylic on canvas, 31.5" x 31.5",  $1400

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Summer Mix Tape, acrylic on canvas, 17.5" x 21.5", $800 Contact us for purchase

Summer Mix Tape, acrylic on canvas, 17.5" x 21.5", $800

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Pride of Barbados, acrylic on panel, 42" x 54", $3000 Contact us for purchase

Pride of Barbados, acrylic on panel, 42" x 54", $3000

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Summer Blues, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800 Contact us for purchase

Summer Blues, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800

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The Little Friend, acrylic on panel, 30" x 36", $2000 Contact us for purchase

The Little Friend, acrylic on panel, 30" x 36", $2000

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Champagne in July, acrylic on panel, 30" x 36", $2000 Contact us for purchase

Champagne in July, acrylic on panel, 30" x 36", $2000

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Summer Song, acrylic on panel, 30" x 36", $2000 Contact us for purchase

Summer Song, acrylic on panel, 30" x 36", $2000

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Summer Greens, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800 Contact us for purchase

Summer Greens, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800

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Raspberry Flower, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800 Contact us for purchase

Raspberry Flower, acrylic on canvas, 21.5" x 21.5", $800

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This is a story about summer. This is a story painted in a hot defunct Broom factory in cut-off jeans on the longest hottest days. This is a story about driftwood collected from tiny secret beaches. These are the greens and blues of summer. The summer whites of summer. They're cool spots in the dog days.

This is a story about returning to my lost love of drawing, and my forever love of summer, and my falling into the deepest love ever. This is a show about love.

This is a story of favorite summer songs played over and then, this is a story about rising up, again. A favorite season in a too-hot town.

Hello, sun. Thank you, Summer. Thank you, love.

Chris Milk Hulburt is a self taught artist working and living with his family in Richmond, Virginia. His bright, evocative work draws on familiar geography, flora, and fauna to convey the unsung magic of small moments and unregistered details. He works primarily in paint on wood, but also makes large scale public commissions, textiles, and sculpture. His work has been shown in galleries in New York, Providence,Virginia and North Carolina, but is largely done on commission for private collections. Musical and iconic, his paintings draw on the stylistic traditions of folk and naive art, imbued with tender humor and haunting poignancy.