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Ground Floor Gallery presents I’D RATHER BE BLUE

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017


Ground Floor Gallery is thrilled to welcome guest curator, Fiercely Curious,  a curated online boutique of over 40 Brooklyn-based artists and designers.

The exhibition “I’d Rather be Blue” features new work by artists Matilde Alessandra (above) and Edward Granger. A response to the “winter blues” plaguing many in our current political climate, the exhibition also probes the multifaceted persona of a color rich in associations – from artist Yves Klein to sea and sky and modern Democratic states.

Exhibition runs from February 3 – February 17, 2016

Opening Reception: Friday, February 3, 6 – 9pm 
Closing Reception: Friday, February 17th, 6 – 9pm 


ODETTA opens the 2016 fall season with Debra Ramsay’s Hue(s)pace

Saturday, September 17th, 2016
Image: Debra Ramsay_Hue, Place, Pace, One Year of Color_detail_2016_acrylic on polyester film

With a faithful allegiance to geometry and its capacity to reveal profound truths, Debra Ramsay works with mathematical logic to generate or guide form in precise ways. In Hue(s)pace Ramsay become the conduit for the arrangement of shape and the placement of color, thus making time visible in her paintings.

 In the Flat Files: ODETTA’s Flat Files are curated and change with every exhibit. For Hue(s)pace, featured artist Elizabeth Gourlay will create an installation of paintings on the back wall in the studio area of ODETTA, in addition to showing new works in the drawers themselves. New works by Debra Ramsay and Audrey Stone, selected specifically for this exhibition, will also be exhibited. Each drawer becomes a mini exhibition.

The exhibit runs until October 9th with an Artists Talk on October 2nd at 3:00pm.

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