Paul Hunter has adapted a centuries-old technique to give expression to his modernist vision. His abstract minimalist landscapes combine the exceptional glow and reflective qualities of the flat metals, with the emotional depth of gestural painting. Paul Hunter’s work is in many private, corporate and museum collections. The artist has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in galleries across the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, United Arab Emirates, and in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Alternative Museum, the Drawing Center, P.S.1, the Montclair Art Museum, the Museum of Princeton University, the Knoxville Museum of Art, the Indiana University Museum, the Brauweiler Abbey, Germany, Hammer Rolls-Royce, Cologne Germany, the Quebec Delegation in Paris, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Quebec Museum. Paul Hunter has received awards from Pollock-Krasner foundation, Artists Space, National Studio Program: PS 1, Institute for Art & Urban Resources, Canada Council and Quebec Arts Fellowship.