"Relief" Exhibition

Broadway Gallery

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Relief is a group show curated by Laura Jean Zito

Susanne Pitak Davis’s “Angel in a Flight of Fancy” leads the way on a journey into these artists’ imaginative meanderings. Annelies van Dommelen’s “All is Well At Noon” is a calming assemblage of everyday objects elevated from the mundane by a bit of embossing. Stacie Speer Scott looking out an Italian window abstracts the lovely landscape, then sums up her Italian experience in a delightful cornucopia of memories. Barbara Keogh’s “Gourdian Knot” reflects on the nature of relationships, while her “Pineapple Friends” suggests her crusty characters have one. Their rough exteriors render Ron Berlin’s “Swimmer” all the more naked as do the gnarly barks of Stephanie Magdziak’s “Copper Beech” and “Pine Tree.” The wood of found objects is deemed holy by Phillip de Loach’s “Prayer Box,” and accentuated by Scott’s “The Rose.” Kelly Irwin’s “High Class Beach,” a photo of a luxury tire buried in the sand, treats found objects in a different way. Simone di Bagno’s “Suck It Up” playfully conceptualizes relief in a literal and figurative way. Miguel Osorio juxtaposes marine elements in an elegantly-hued collage to create “The Reef.” Laura Jean Zito suggests abstraction using reality itself in ”The Red Sea.” Linus Coraggio shows the ever-changing nature of reality in “West Side Highway Before the George Washington Bridge.” In his metal sculpture made from found objects, such as “Double-Afro Piston Head,” reality is turned on its head to be viewed as something entirely unexpected.



from March 01, 2010 to March 31, 2010

Opening Reception on 2010-03-04 from 18:00 to 20:00

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