Art exhibitions - Kate Lehman
Kate Lehman, “Artist and Inspiration George Morton,” oil and patina on copper

Upcoming art exhibition > “Prism”
The meaning of a work of art is conveyed not only through content, but is embedded in the technical language of the artwork. An artist’s unique use of their material can transform a subject, uniting form and content in one potent form of expression.

Justin Coburn, “Whippet Head Study,” oil on wood panel, 40 x 40 cm

On January 18, the Florence Academy of Art U.S. presents its newest exhibition, “Prism,” curated by Stephen Bauman and Edmond Rochat. The exhibition features a range of subject matter from landscape and still life to sculpture and portraiture. “Prism” presents the work of more than 15 artists who skillfully translate the visual world through the prism of their own distinct vision.

“Prism: Representation Through a Prism” is on view January 18 through March 15, 2019, at the Florence Academy of Art, Mana Contemporary (Jersey City).


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