Rush Hour - 2005
16 x 20 inches (40.64 x 50.8 cm)
Lilyan Aloma - Manhattan and its marriage to media driven messages are the focus of this photography exhibit. Billboards are juxtaposed with buildings, city streets, moving vehicles and a variety of serendipitous things that are part of our landscape. In these unmanipulated photographs a new view or "scape" emerges that is intended to confront and puzzle our perception.
A Wing and a Prayer - 2004
mixed metals and epoxy
204 X 204 X 120 inches (518.16 x 518.16 x 304.8 cm)
Richard Friedberg - Friedberg's abstract, free standing sculptures and wall reliefs in mixed metals and epoxy, are joyous constructions that visually weave free form and organic elements with rigid geometric elements. This combination of elements suggests the marriage of nature and architecture. The sculptures reflective surfaces and complex forms are reminiscent of Italian Baroque with its rich interplay of architectonic and curvilinear forms.
Respect - 2005
mixed media on wood panel
9 x 9 inches (22.9 x 22.9 cm)
Ellen Stavitsky - Combining Chinese joss papers, rice paper, book pages, oil stick, gouache, watercolor and graphite, Stavitsky's spare compositions on wood panels and paper are created to evoke moments of cogitation. Calligraphic marks are glimpsed beneath layers of paper and paint, suggesting traces of past sensations.
The Pre-Text is Red - Series - 2005
silicon dioxide chalk, wax and polymer on MDF
overall size - 58 x 102 inches (147.32 x 259.08 cm)
Jo Motyka - Jo Motyka's large abstract paintings are comprised of layers of powdered pigments and glass in polyurethane and methyl-cellulose on canvas and MDF (medium density fiberboard). The artist imparts brush stroke and pallet knife effects that build the layers of the work and then uses physical and chemical reduction of the materials that enhance the monochromatic surface of the painting.
Untitled (#18) - 2003
painting and drawing media on canvas
18 x 18 inches (45.72 x 45.72 cm)
Moses Hoskins - Hoskins’ mixed media works are based upon the various components involved in visual composition. Through the media of drawing, painting and collage, the emphasis in the works are given to line and edge; the positioning of mass in negative space, tonality and color relationships.
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