Spatial Order is a culmination of sorts, distilling ideas and techniques Krimmer has been developing for years. Put simply, it all comes together here: repetition, collage, color, paint-handling, scale and content. Krimmer has spent the better part of 2 years working towards this exhibition, which will include a dozen medium to large scale paintings, and wall installations of numerous small scale works. The paintings all contain an element of discovery. As you approach the work, the surface transforms from a riot of abstract marks into a formal structure forming a hypnotic rhythm of collage elements. The white-on-white and black-on-black pieces appear minimal from a great distance, then open up as you step closer.
Santa Fe-based Krimmer enjoys a long and productive painting career, first in Chicago and then Santa Fe since the early 90's. Krimmer has shown extensively in New Mexico, Illinois and California. Recent awards include a Merit of Excellence for the Miniature Exhibition, Roswell Museum, Roswell, NM, and a scholarship at Santa Fe Art Institute. This is Krimmer's second solo show with Chiaroscuro.