Renaldo Kuhler “Rocaterrania”

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In his thirty-year career as a scientific illustrator, Renaldo Kuhler (American, 1931-2013) created hundreds of plates for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, illustrating diverse flora and fauna for scientific journals, reference books, and exhibits. Unbeknownst to family, friends, and coworkers, Kuhler was also a prolific self-taught artist.

The only son of German-born Otto Kuhler, a renowned industrial designer of streamline steam engines during the Art Deco period, Kuhler was bullied and ridiculed as a child by classmates, teachers, and headmasters simply for being “different.” When the family moved from upstate New York to a remote cattle ranch in the Colorado Rockies in 1948, teenaged Kuhler found the isolation unbearable, seeking solace in fantasies of becoming a famous violin player.



from May 09, 2019 to July 03, 2019

Opening Reception on 2019-05-09 from 18:00 to 21:00


Renaldo Kuhler

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From 11:00 To 18:00
Closed on Mondays, Sundays


Address: 529 W 20th St., 3 Fl., New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-627-4819 Fax: 212-627-5117

Between 10th Ave and West Side Hwy. Subway: C/E to 23rd Street

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