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Ivy Brown presents A Group of Individuals

Friday, January 18th, 2019

To start off the New Year, Ivy Brown Gallery presents A Group of Individuals, a showcase for art that epitomizes and expands on the gallery’s worldview of inclusiveness and individual creativity. They are pleased to bring together work by (in alphabetical order) Angelica Bergamini, Ashley Benton, Cody Brothers, Joshua Goode, Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Ak Jansen, Kenjiro Kitade, Juliet Martin, David Mellen & Ivy Naté. This diverse group of artists will be represented by works in a wide variety of mediums – sculpture, works on paper, cut-outs, paintings, and photography – that are imbued with their vision about creating art in the world we live in.

Artist talk, Tuesday, January 22, 6-8pm Moderated by journalist Kurt McVey

Exhibition Closes January 24th

 

‘Whispers’ by Angelica Bergamini at the Ivy Brown Gallery through June 21st

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Ivy Brown Gallery presents ‘Whispers’ by Angelica Bergamini, this is her second solo exhibit at the gallery.

“Our present existence is just a cosmic blink. I am trying to hear the beat of the cosmos within myself, the primordial force, to sense the interconnectedness with nature, with all the powers and energies of the universe. To go beyond a sense of separation and to be able to cherish the universality that is implied by our interdependence. Inspired by the times in which the Great Mother was the Great Cosmic Soul (“At the very dawn of religion, God was a woman. Do you remember?- Merlin Stone), I contemplate on the origins of being which connect us across borders, cultures, ethnicities, and religions. Meditating on the original place of origin, reaching for our roots within the cosmos allows me to rediscover and worship our oneness while reconnecting myself to a sense of the infinite. Because beyond the roots of earthly life, we are all immersed in a living universe, in a cosmic placenta.” -Angelica Bergamini

 

“One of the functions of mythology is to present an image of the cosmos in such a way that it becomes the carrier of the mystical realization, so every time you look at it, the walls of space and time open out into the deep dimension of mystery, which is a dimension within ourselves, as well out there” – Joseph Campbell.

      

 

Fons et origo #4

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