US: Boca Raton Museum – Paul Gervais – Faces and Forms

Left to right: Portrait of Michael Joseph and Woman with a Tattooed Hand, by Paul Gervais (2020) Oil on linen.

Leaning In to Reveal the Personal and the Imagined

Paul Gervais: Faces and Forms

On View through May 30 at the Boca Raton Museum of Art

Features free virtual programs to enjoy worldwide online.

A virtual visit to the artist’s studio will also be available free to the public, as part of the #BocaMuseumatHome series, sponsored by Art Bridges Foundation and PNC.

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The Museum premiere of these new paintings by Paul Gervais features portraits with a tenderness that urges the viewer to lean in closely, to really study them.

All of the subjects in the portraits are personal, from the life he has shared for 46 years with his husband Gil, of whom there are several paintings.

Left to right: Eight Figures One Red, Six Figures One Red by Paul Gervais (2020) Oil on linen

The exhibition is curated by Kathleen Goncharov, the Senior Curator of the Boca Raton Museum of Art.

She chose to accompany the 14 portraits with a series of 13 paintings by Gervais of imagined objects.

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Support for #BocaMuseumatHome and #KeepKidsSmartwithArt virtual programming is provided by Art Bridges Foundation and PNC. Museum hours, admission prices and more visitor information available at:

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