"Crossroads, Seven Acts" Exhibition

Amos Eno Gallery

poster for "Crossroads, Seven Acts" Exhibition

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Amos Eno Gallery presents Crossroads/Seven Acts, a group show of our newest members. The show consists of painting, sculpture, and photography, which express the artistic range of our members.

Eric Banks’ works attempt to exist in a space that vacillates between the inner space of human consciousness and the outer realm of an incomprehensible infinite. His forms, conceived in the painting process are suggestive of the actual, but remain elusive in states of being and becoming.

Tulu Bayar’s work lends itself to an interpretive experience that goes beyond merely the visual. By offering historical, cultural and political references, her work is charged with symbols that allow the audience to participate and interpret. Her piece Out Of the Blue states, “The desert is dry and lonely; yet the desert is not deserted.” Taken on a journey through the Taklamakan Desert, Northwestern China.

Lacey Kim’s work distances itself from the actual world. It expresses what does not exist in a clear form, and presents a balanced conflict. Through lines in free motion, Ms. Kim hopes to embody the world of unconsciousness, to convey the feeling of movement generated by laying one line on another, and to share with viewers what she has felt in the process of her work.

William Richardson is a sculptor working in mild steel, Corten, iron, stainless and aluminum. He uses industrial forms comprised of steel plate, angle iron, I beam, H beam, bar stock and other components commonly found in heavy construction. These materials are joined by oxy-acetylene, SMAW, TIG, MIG or Thermit welding and then drilled and tapped for assembly.

Influenced by the work of Wassily Kandinsky, Marina Reiter’s paintings channel the spirit of Surreal Abstraction and Constructivism. The smooth organic shapes give the impression of three-dimensional depth, heightened by the soft flatness of shimmering pastel backgrounds. Careful balance of color and form ensures a harmony throughout the composition.

Sun Young Seo thinks of her work as an abstract reflection of emotions around her. The motive of her theme started from interest in wild life. Especially insectivorous plants, its aggressive mutant like character led her to reveal emotions as a human being: religiosity, jealousy, mortality, and selfishness from her experiences in life. A spiritual experience related to the sensitivity of emotion affects her work as an instinctively strong energy.

Margaret Withers’ new work explores the sensation of having a dearth of memories and how that loss informs her current sense of self. Through her painterly creatures, use of color, form and mixed media she explores the feeling of being unfettered to her past while at the same time coupled to its effect.



from June 30, 2010 to July 31, 2010

Opening Reception on 2010-07-01 from 17:30 to 20:30

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