From Three-Dimensional to Two-Dimensional, and Back Again: Gerald Hayes’ Spray Paintings

In 1966, New York-based artist Gerald Hayes experimented with the unusual technique of spray paint. He created abstract compositions using discarded commercial packaging and vaporized pigment.

This essay can be found in the accompanying catalogue for the exhibition Gerald Hayes Spray Paintings at David Hall Fine Art, Wellesley, April–May 2019.

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