A renowned figurative artist featured in many collections and publications, including Fine Art Connoisseur, has a May solo exhibition in New York City that’s worth a gander.
On view from May 4 through May 20, “Where When Lingers” is a captivating display of figurative beauty from the mind of accomplished artist Janet Cook. Hosted by Dacia Gallery in New York City, Cook will be presenting many familiar and new works.
Lovers of figurative art are likely familiar with Cook’s art because the artist shares in their fascination. “It’s timeless, beautiful, and powerful,” Cook says of the human body. “Other inspiration comes from a variety of sources ranging from the Old Masters to modern advertising, graffiti and body art. My goal is to combine these elements, along with my imagination, into a cohesive, strong statement that intrigues and engages the viewer.”
There can be little doubt that Cook has achieved these goals in “Where When Lingers.” Among the highlights of the show are works such as “Liz and the Thread of Flight,” “Tiger, Tiger, Burned so Bright,” “Wilderness,” and many more. In total, the solo show will display 19 of Cook’s pictures.
To learn more, visit Dacia Gallery.
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