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Current Exhibition

Emily Berger / Paintings

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In these paintings Emily continues her exploration of surfaces, textures and light that includes an element of chance.  From this emerges a sensibility that amalgamates a strong sense of visual rhythm through patterned imagery as expressed in a rich and subtly diverse palette. In these paintings Emily articulates visually what Steve Reich has achieved musically – a sublime repetition of patterns that creates something larger than the sum of its parts. As a result these paintings only reveal their secrets when given the time they demand and deserve.

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April 21th to May 25th 2014

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Robyn Ellenbogan / Formlessness into Form

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We are pleased to present Robyn Ellenbogen’s paintings in the Project Room. Similar to Emily Berger, Robyn is drawn visually to surfaces and the play of light within an abstract context. As she says in her statement on the work, My images occur from intuitive and internal gestures; These gestures generate seemingly tranquil images that leave traces on the edge of recognition and alienation. Her forms are organically informed suggesting perhaps landscapes from 30,000 feet in the air or geological structures or the world at the micro-biological level.  Robyn works in a wide variety of mediums but these pieces are comprised mostly of egg tempera and metal point, both of which originated in the 12th Century.

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April 21th to May 25th 2014

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