Born 1983 in New Haven, CT
Lives and works in Connecticut
Ted Gahl creates intuitive paintings of varying scale, embedding and juxtaposing personal imagery of the present alongside art historical influences of the past. Gahl’s paintings often read as elements of subconscious activities–reveries, dreams, and memories, while being firmly grounded in the act of painting itself. Solo shows have been with Halsey McKay, East Hampton, NY, Alexander Berggruen, New York, NY, Galleri Jacob Bjørn, Aarhus, DK; Nino Mier, Los Angeles, CA; Zach Feuer, New York, NY and Retrospective, Hudson, NY. Group exhibitions include Freddy, Harris, NY; Rod Barton, London, UK; Matthew Brown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; and The Journal, Brooklyn, NY. Gahl lives and works in Northwest, CT.