“One Man Group Show” by Geraldo McIntyre- Kirwin

WAREHOUSE 1-10 is proud to presents “One Man Group Show” featuring Geraldo McIntrye-Kirwin’s sculpture, paintings and drawings over a 50 year period. This retrospective view of Kirwin’s work explores the influences of time, place and material.

​Curated by Marisela La Grave.

In 1967 he became the first resident of the Roswell Artist-in-Residency program. Kirwin’s work in the exhibit ranges from an Icon totem “Totem III” (1969) oil on carved cottonwood, currently on loan courtesy of the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art, to interactional bronzes (1990s) of people and horses of western ranch life inspired by what he defines as “the persistence of the ordinary,” interspersed with archetypal paintings and drawings.