Bill Komoski

(b. 1954)

Bill Komoski has been cited as one of the best abstract painters to have emerged during the 1980s.  His paintings and prints borrow from a variety of sources – comic strips, architectural structures, computer simulations – in order to explore a network of geometric layering that is reminiscent of cellular structures and energy patterns. His paintings exude a subtle graphic opticality that yield the visual equivalent of white-noise, thus allowing the viewer to move through his paintings with an open-minded eye.

Bill Komoski received his B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has exhibited at a number of U.S. and international institutions  and galleries including MoMA PS1, New York, NY; Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY; Gallerie Nordanstadt-Skarstedt, Stockholm and The New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT.


Phoenix Art Museum, AZ