Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Color Matters at The Painting Center, NYC

Fisherman's Woman; acrylic on paper mounted on panel; 2014
 I had some exciting news recently. Work from my recent Fisherman's Woman series has been chosen for inclusion in a small group show at The Painting Center in New York City. The show seeks to generate diverse conversations about painting and the use of color.

"Color functions on many levels each with its own logic. It can be perceptual, realistic, theoretical, emotional or symbolic. This exhibition examines how color relationships function in the work of twelve artists in picture making."

 I am thrilled to be exhibiting at this venue. The Painting Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the exploration of painting in all its possibilities. Over the past twenty two years, the center has mounted over 200 exhibitions organized by guest curators.

  The show is scheduled to open this January. The reception will be Thursday, January 7 from 6 - 8 pm.

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