Charles Kalick strikes a new expressive/decorative balancing act in his geometric abstract painting show “Division”. Compartmentalized pockets of space along raised corridors of densely textured surfaces favor a limited range of boldly contrasted color. Linear scaffolding derived ultimately from cubism as it developed during the emergence of modern painting now has joined with luxuriantly sensual effects learned from the primitive. These shape a true identity in a positive way.
Victoria Donohoe, Philadelphia Inquirer Art Critic