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Elisa Contemporary Art Salon in Fairfield CT on Wednesday May 17, 2017

Sunday, May 14th, 2017

Elisa Contemporary Art is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the Culture Alliance of Fairfield County to participate in their progressive gallery tour through Connecticut. The event is a one evening only opportunity to see Art and Artists all set in a home environment. You’ll see Contemporary styles from Abstraction to Pop Art to Hyperrealism. A range of mediums including Oil and Acrylic painting, Mixed Media, Dimensional Paper, Collage, Photography, Prints, Works on Paper and Sculpture. The date is Wednesday May 17th from 6:30 – 8:30. 

Enjoy a glass of wine along with art inspired tastings created by Jennifer Haythorn.

Ivy Brown Gallery is proud to present ‘Origin of Myth’ by Joshe Goode

Friday, March 10th, 2017
Image courtesy of Ivy Brown Gallery

Ivy Brown Gallery is proud to present the magical  ‘Origin of Myth’ by Joshe Goode.

Inspired by amateur archaeologists such as Heinrich Schliemann who discovered Troy and by past elaborate hoaxes like that of the Piltdown Man, Joshua travels the world performing staged archaeological excavations exposing the malleability of our history.  During these performances he discovers his own versions of historical artifacts, crafted from objects from his youth–such as baseball cards, G.I. Joe action figures, POGS, and various other toys and items. His discoveries and claims, while false and absurdly comical, are based on real research. This exhibit highlights some of his most significant recent discoveries.

 The exhibition runs from March 7th-April 12th

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.

Paul Wirhun’s “Re-Eggs/amined” at the Ivy Brown Gallery March 22nd – 31st

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016
Image Courtesy of the Ivy Brown Gallery

Ivy Brown Gallery continues their Easter tradition by presenting a collection of Paul Wirhun’s works on and with eggshells entitled “Re-Eggs/amined”. The exhibition opened March 22nd and continues through March 31st.

“Our lives are fragile, not unlike eggs. Sometimes things break apart as a way of breaking us open to new perspectives on the self. This artistic and cultic use of eggs informs my work to this day – as I believe that eggs are events – not simply objects. The shells, while the protective casing for the new life inside, are memories of the primal events that produced the eggs, intended as new life.” – Paul Wirhun

On March 24th 6-8pm Paul will hold an Egg Clinic. The artist will teach the batik method employed in creating traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs, known as pysanky.  Please RSVP to save yourself a seat at the table to learn this ancient practice from a recognized Master of Egg Art.
RSVP: or 212-925-1111

Rattle & Hummmm at ODETTA Art Gallery on-going until April 17

Monday, March 21st, 2016
Image courtesy of Odetta Gallery detail of Nancy Baker Eating Mist 2016 paper, museum board, styrofoam, acrylic, ink, glitter 10 ‘ x 18 ‘ x  8 inches
Rattle & Hummmm presented by ODETTA Gallery, is about tempo, repetitive actions, and tension. Artists Nancy Baker, Steven Charles, Matt Frieburghaus, and Chris Kaczmarek create post-punk, process-driven visualizations that are equal parts hand and machine-made. Like Ska music, these works of art are joyful on the surface, but the undercurrents contain subtle references to violence, economic meltdowns, and climate change.

Artists Talk: Sunday, April 3 at 3 pm

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