"In the past year, Alteronce Gumby has become known as one of the most promising abstract painters working today. Through careful modulations of light, shadow, and color—he often uses deep blues, greens, and purples, and incorporates gemstones and glass—Gumby reinvigorates principles of Minimalism and the Light and Space movement. His shimmering, textured canvases are singular, spiritual expressions. The Yale MFA grad has received high praise this year, particularly in the wake of solo shows at False Flag and Charles Moffett Gallery, and his first monograph, which includes an interview with Gagosian director Antwaun Sargent and an essay by curator Ashley James."
– Casey Lesser, Artsy