Juried by Hyeseung Marriage-Song, Beverly McNeil, and Patricia Watwood, this show features 30+ international multidisciplinary artists whose artwork explores both the purpose and limits of portraiture, identity, and the self in the modern digital age.
More than 20 new paintings by British Artist Diarmuid Kelley marks his first exhibition outside of London.
“What I have come to realize,” says author John Seed, “is that the diverse forms of disrupted realism have to do with everything in each artist’s life: the real, the remembered, the digital, the imagined, and the dreamed, all filtered through the artist’s perceptions.”
John Moore’s luminous handling of land, sky, and water opens the space beyond his signature depictions of factory windows and bridges and, with this heightened atmosphere, recalls the rich tradition of American landscape painting.
The artist’s paintings, drawings, installations, and sculptural works investigate themes of the intersection and clash of industry and nature, and the human influence on the environment.
Preview a survey of the acclaimed artist’s work in this exhibition, which includes some of his finest and rarely exhibited paintings.
Within this group of eleven artists there is no “Women’s Art,” only women who do art, each conveying her own personal vision.
Flowers Gallery presents an exhibition of new paintings by Aleah Chapin, focusing on the unified depiction of the human body and the natural environment.
Each work is imbued with “borrowed light,” a term adopted by the Shakers to describe their architectural technique of incorporating windows and skylights into interior walls.
Fenske’s latest work bares the interiors, people, and lush landscape surrounding his home and life in Chianti, Italy.
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