Max Gimblett was born in 1935 in New Zealand and moved to New York City in the 1970s where he’s maintained a studio ever since. He is one of New Zealand’s most recognized painters and continues to exhibit regularly in the US and throughout New Zealand.He is well represented in major collections arou
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Max Gimblett was born in 1935 in New Zealand and moved to New York City in the 1970s where he’s maintained a studio ever since. He is one of New Zealand’s most recognized painters and continues to exhibit regularly in the US and throughout New Zealand.He is well represented in major collections around the world, most significantly in the permanent collection of the Guggenheim and Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Galleries in Washington D.C. and Melbourne Australia, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Museum of New Zealand, Wellington Te Papa Tongarewa, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū.Max is known for his vibrant gestural style, influenced by zen calligraphy and painters like William De Kooning and for his unconventional canvases, particularly his signature quatrefoil shape which has eastern and western spiritual significance. A longtime buddhist practitioner, Max took his vows as a Rinzai Zen priest in 2006.Max’s website: http://maxgimblett.comNeed support on your medicine path?1-to-1 yoga, plant medicine integration and transformative coaching with Brian Jameshttp://brianjames.caSupport the Podcast!1. Leave a review on iTunes, or share with your friends on social media2. Become a Patreon supporter at http://patreon.com/medicinepath and gain access to podcast extras and hours of yoga practice resources including vinyasa sequences, breathwork, chanting and guided meditations.3. Leave a one-time donation at http://paypal.me/medicinepathyoga4. Purchase a print or Kindle version of my new book, Yoga & Plant Medicine: https://amzn.to/2mv3i36About Brian JamesBrian James is a yoga teacher, transformational coach and psychedelic integration counselor currently living in Montréal, Canada with his wife, astrologer Debbie Stapleton and their Boston Terrier Kingston. He has been exploring the intersection of yoga and shamanism for over 25 years.medicinepathpodcast.cominstagram.com/brianjames.medicinepathtags: brian james, max gimblett, art, painting, zen, spirituality