GINGER HENDLER

"Interior Design: Little Windows, Empty Spaces, and Faerie Chimneys"

May 12 - June 6, 2015

Ginger Balizer-Hendler’s work is evocative of the Women’s Art Movement as well as Indian miniatures and Native American folk tales. Interior Design (Little Windows, Empty Spaces, and Faerie Chimneys) shows us tapestry- like paintings depicting asymmetrical shapes allowing a peek into stories within. Layers of color, textures and embellishments lure the viewer in, as a fish might go for the shiny hook. Words chosen from the artist’s journal entries and poetry appear as intimate whispers sprinkled throughout. 

See images from the show

 

Read the Book Interview by Michael Corbin, The Art Book Guy

image: Little Windows, Mixed-media on canvas, 2015

 

RUDOLF KINSKY 

"Changes"

May 12 - June 6, 2015

 

Rudolf Kinsky’s “Changes,” dramatic, colorful exhibition of shifting moods and movement that contemplates time moving too fast and taking away not only hope, but also sadness.  The series reflects on a promise of life void of regret, remorse, looking back and self-doubt.

 

 See images from the opening here!  

image: NYC XIV, 72" x 18", Acrylic on canvas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPCOMING EXHIBITS:

 

ARLEEN MARK   "Continuum"

JUNE 9 - JULY 4, 2015

Reception: Saturday June 13, 3 - 6 p.m.

Continuum is the next thread in a series I started in 2003 with Exploration, paintings based on the relationship between sky, water, and earth.  As an abstract artist living in Florida half the year, I am able to observe the interplay between the ever changing colors in the sky and how they reflect on the flowing water of the ocean.  This plays a large part in what influences my painting.

 

ERROL GORDON  "On the Move"

JUNE 9 - JULY 4, 2015

Reception: Saturday June 13, 3 - 6 p.m.

In sculpture, it is my intent to create a sense of movement and feeling unique to the subject. The human form and the movements of a horse, especially when combined, present a unique opportunity to create a sense of “there.” It is also an opportunity to express the strength and beauty of nature.  By contrast, painting is both gratifying and challenging. Plein air painting provides an open and free exposure to landscape and architecture. It also carries the benefit of interacting with others while working. These exchanges are often exhilarating.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pleiades Gallery

530 W. 25 St., NYC, 4th floor, Phone/Fax: 646 - 230-0056,  Gallery Hours: 11 am to 6 pm, Tuesday - Saturday or by appointment. 

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