Angel Abreu’s painterly abstract works are deeply considered and allegorical. Subtle and reticent on the surface, the paintings contain a depth of meaning. Abreu is a long-time member of the renowned art collective Tim Rollins and Kids of Survival (K.O.S.); having joined as a teenager, he remains an active member after 30 years. His current practice is influenced by the group’s focus on visually reinterpreting themes found in canonical literature. Through a visual language built on meditative action, dramatic color, and gestural shapes, Abreu finds connection with writers such as Faulkner and Thoreau.