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Mark Finne’s SEE SAW: Paintings Inspired from Adventures Below & Above the Surfaces of Our Oceans & Seas

Sunday, February 10th, 2019

“SEE SAW: Paintings Inspired from Adventures Below & Above the Surfaces of Our Oceans & Seas by Mark Finne”, is the the fourth exhibition curated by Kristin J. DeAngelis for SILVERMAN. The exhibition is a collection of works inspired by Finne’s experiences swimming, scuba diving/exploring, body-boarding, surfing and his all around life of adventure. SEE SAW features lots of blues and several new works, mostly abstract paintings, acrylic on canvas, and scuba diving -inspired.

SILVERMAN and The Hamilton Square Condominiums Association invites them for an ARTIST TALK
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2019 7:00pm – 9:00pm at Hamilton Square Condominiums

Endolllentions at Ivy Brown Gallery

Monday, February 4th, 2019

Ivy Brown Gallery continues this years programing with ‘Endollenations’ a playful yet poignant body of work by Thedra Cullar-Ledford.

For this series Thedra Cullar-Ledford paints the bodies of models to look like a doll of their choice, photographs them in poses accentuating their objectness, and then paints onto the prints to further enhance the “doll-ness” of the image. In these deceptively straightforward works, she uses the visual vocabulary of dolls to blur the line between an actual living-and-breathing person and the socially-or commercially-distorted representations of how a person should present themselves to us as viewers.

Opening reception
Tuesday, February 5, 6-8pm Exhibition dates February 5-March 5

Ground Floor Gallery celebrates the new year with an online exhibtion!

Friday, February 1st, 2019

Ground Floor Gallery is proud to present “Physica“: a solo exhibition featuring Brooklyn-based artist, Millie Benson. The gallery’s first online exhibition of 2019,  “Physica” is on view through Sunday, February 28th on Ground Floor Gallery’s Artsy exhibition platform. An experimental painter with deep roots in color theory, Benson uses painting to engage with ideas of mortality, motherhood, transformation, and metamorphosis.

See the show HERE! Contact the gallery to meet Millie and see the work in person by responding directly to this email or: krista@groundfloorbk.com.

Susan Eley presents Winter Selects: A Group Exhibition

Saturday, January 26th, 2019

Winter Selects: A Group Exhibition featuring recent work by nine artists and begins the new year at Susan Eley Fine Art. Artists include Seongmin Ahn, Karin Bruckner, Susan Clinard, Peggy Dembicer, Nancy Hubbard, Lydia Janssen, Rachelle Krieger, Chase Langford and Nancy Moore. The exhibition highlights a mix of artists from SEFA’s roster, along with artists exhibiting with the Gallery for the first time. Among the newcomers are three Guild Members of the Silvermine Arts Center, a non-profit contemporary arts and education center, located in New Canaan CT. The Gallery believes it’s important to mount significant bi-annual group shows, alternating throughout the year with solo and two-person exhibitions. These group exhibitions offer artists regular opportunities to show new work, often fresh off the studio walls, and invite artists to see their work in the context of that of their peers. And for visitors to the Gallery, the rich array of styles and techniques in a group show offers a taste of the full roster of art represented by the Gallery.

The exhibition closes February 21st.

Annette Davidek, “New Paintings” at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present its first solo exhibition of recent paintings by Annette Davidek.

Davidek’s enticing use of color energizes her paintings and exaggerates the other-worldly quality of her work. Her paintings are populated by abstract botanical forms that appear to proliferate in three-dimensional space. These bright, organic forms burst with color and surge with life, like cells dividing under a microscope. This sense of rapid growth and expansion is not overwhelming but rather, emits a sense of symbiotic harmony.

By thinly layering multiple glazes of oil paint on panel, Davidek veils forms over one another, creating an ambience to her work where indistinct shadows emerge from a hazy aura. These colorful forms range in size and become increasingly opaque as they approach the foreground, creating a magnetic pull that attracts the viewer into an alluring world full of life then pushes them back to the surface.

The exhibition closes February 9th, 2019

Annette DavidekUntitled, #18-06, 2018

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