Tim Gardner Exhibition

303 Gallery (507 W 24th St.)

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In his new body of work, Gardner tackles how the innate tension between man and nature has shifted according to time. As man continues to exist amidst a constantly shifting landscape, Gardner’s watercolors imply a quiet resignation to the impossibility of a harmonious existence between man and his current surroundings. In many of the paintings, central figures are poised amidst human interventions into the landscape – barriers, fences, walls and paved areas. The subjects are often pictured stoically, either assessing or contemplative. Both “Boy in Park” and “New York City Boy” feature a lone protagonist, accompanied only by his thoughts, drifting through the manufactured landscape of the city. Heads down, focused only on what lies directly in front of them, these young men seem unaware that they belong to something beyond themselves.



from December 12, 2009 to January 16, 2010


Tim Gardner

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