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See Paul Nudd’s New Exhibit of Alluring, Gelatinous Globs

The prolific Berwyn painter’s show at Western Exhibitions, N.U.D.D. 2: Pituitumorphology is full of intricate images that look plucked from science-fiction.

Art by Paul Nudd
Art: Courtesy of Western Exhibitions and the artist


On March 14, the prolific Berwyn painter Paul Nudd opens an exhibit five years in the making. N.U.D.D. 2: Pituitumorphology is chock-full of obsessively detailed portraits that look as if they emerged from a science-fiction novel. Nudd describes the one pictured above, Sucto-Puptic Udder Hunk, as “anti–Dr. Seuss.” 

Fortunately for viewers, the gelatinous globs are as alluring as they are grotesque. The show runs through April 19 at Western Exhibitions. westernexhibitions.com

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