Throughout his seventy-year career, Don Dudley gained institutional acclaim by challenging artistic conventions and the traditional concept of painting, often choosing by incorporating industrial materials in his works. His use of aluminum, lacquer, homasote and plywood lead to subtle and sophisticated wall works that stand out for both their elegance and formal intelligence.
Collected by the Whitney Museum, New York
Solo show at La Jolla Museum of Art, La Jolla, CA
Reviewed by The New York Times