The Museum of the Creative Process, in collaboration with Arts Alive and Main Street Landing, brought the Henry Gorski Retrospective to Burlington, Vermont last summer. Featuring the exhibit’s critical works, the Burlington exhibit highlighted the artist’s evolutions, tracing his emotional and psychological development throughout his sequential canvases. The collection brought together Gorski’s evocative images, his adventures through adversity, eroticism, faith, and family. Curated by Albert Levis, M.D. and Maxwell Levis, the collection illustrates the Institute’s research into creativity as a conflict resolving mechanism, demonstrating the inter-workings of the unconscious drive to create order.
Previously the Gorski Retrospective was featured at the Chaffee Art Exhibit in Rutland, VT. For more information and reviews of other exhibits, please check our Press section.