I confess that I am a huge fan of Richard Neal. His powerful and provocative works always draw me into their theatrical mystery. (Indeed, I’d like to create a new label for his work: dynamic existential constructionist art! Art Deca.)
The “Jones House” exhibit at Miller White Gallery shows Neal’s quintessential uniqueness. From constructed pieces, to pieces about construction, moderately abstract to discernibly figural, the work uses many means and methods.