Deanna Lee will be part of ArtBridge’s second exhibition, In Plain Site.
on view: one of Deanna’s digitally modified paintings displayed billboard-size for approximately one year in Chelsea on 23rd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues.
ArtBridge 2010: In Plain Site
Featuring the work of 25 local emerging artists installed on the 23rd street scaffolding surrounding London Terrace Gardens WHEN: Thursday, November 11 from 6-8PM. WHERE: London Terrace Gardens, Concierge Area
Enter at 425 W. 23rd Street (bet 9th and 10th avenues)
Loren Erdrich is spending the summer of 2010 at artist residencies. She was a funded resident at Sculpture Space in Utica, NY for June and July where she initiated a new body of work, incorporating new materials and subject matter. Below are some studio images of works in progress. Beginning August 1st she will be at Art Farm in Marquette, NE.
[for nancy] … each piece starts with a hunch and grows from there. nothing is planned, leaving much to chance. sometimes this creates doubt, which forces her to make a decision; at other times it creates excitement, which compels her to try something new.
… in hindsight, chance doesn’t really play a role at all — in the end she can see that she knew where she was headed the whole time.
MICA New York Alumni @ Spattered Columns exhibition Art Connects New York‘s new gallery space, Spatter Columns | 491 Broadway 5th Floor | New York, NY
exhibition runs though Thursday, 18 February 2010.
galleryELL would like to welcome our newest member artist, melissa staiger of brooklyn, new york. you can view her work at the galleryELL website.
color is a remedy for melissa. for over ten years she has been painting in sequences of colors and shapes. her work is the human element tied with expansiveness.
this evolution begins with drops of paint created from a dropper, which are then configured into extended lines. the lines in this suite of drawings came from visiting upstate new york where melissa had time to contemplate quietness in the imagery of bare trees. the lines in the work are active yet quiet. the viewer negotiates through the negative space between the lines and in her color choices. she uses reds, whites, oranges, yellows and other neutrals creating these works through intuition and a collective knowledge of her experience.
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