Looking In at the Ivy Brown Gallery

by | Dec 16, 2020

The Ivy Brown Gallery is pleased to present Looking In Elizabeth Gregory Gruen’s exploration of the human psyche during this challenging era where humanity has been thrust into reckoning with its soul.

The serene silence composed of color and surface providing the expansiveness of dreamlike peace using free flowing cutting that is both elemental and spontaneous. Exploring the psychic reality of the definite and indefinite balanced in a luminous gradation of color. Culminating in an ever-changing landscape of emotional challenges and calm.

Cut Work is the perfection derived from the imperfection of building multiple free hand scalpel cut lines layered inward to look in at the complexity of the human condition. Using her Cut Work technique coupled with the hand made silkscreened paper by Gary Lichtenstein create a unified dialogue.

The exhibition which runs through December 31st 2020, can be seen by appointment only at gallery’s meatpacking district location. The exhibition is also on Artsy.


To learn more about the gallery and to make an appointment to see the exhibition please visit – www.ivybrowngallery.org