From critical reviews of Hank Feeley's work:
"Hank Feeley's new paintings at the Aron Packer Gallery, which are very much an acquired taste, have many dreamlike artifacts that are different in style, scale and content. Representational passages are next to abstractions as well as doodles and a host of design elements from television, the Internet and other areas of popular culture."
"If Hank Feeley were not so strikingly original, I would say that he stands at the intersection of Magritte and Marvel Comics, but as it is, he has his own way of disorienting the viewer so we can see again, now with our perception refreshed."
"Feeley's rich evocative paintings combine expressionism and fantasy. Feeley is obsessed with color. He also focuses on touch. But it's more than texture for texture's sake. He wants viewers to see his strokes, his flaws, and evidence of things moved around. The elaborate narratives he conveys are the result of color and composition decisions. Colors become things."
"Hank Feeley depicts richly colored, impastoed figures in settings that are compositionally and technically strong and lead the viewer to question everyday practices."
"Impressive works. You will see yourself in these paintings."
"Feeley's paintings are at once sensous and garish, seductive and almost ugly."
"Feeley's paintings are ambitious, even heroic."
"Hank Feeley's work is batting 1000% with me."
As the art blogger Olivia McMichael writes about Feeley's work: "I got the idea I was being taken into a dreamlike world of objects we may see in our subconscious memory. Like a stream of consciousness, these paintings reflect what our minds do not control or alter. I love the graphic nature and painterly skills exhibited in each canvas."