Nicole Parcher "Luscious Puddles of Joy"

Dutch Kills Gallery

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Dutch Kills Gallery presents the work of abstract painter Nicole Parcher in her first one-person show for the gallery. Ms. Parcher says of her practice that, “I paint luscious puddles of joy and human disappointment.” Her paintings are “visceral” spaces that are about “joy… longing, desire, and disappointment…” She says that her “pure abstraction” has no “literal meaning” and that she leaves the “viewer to find their own point[s] of entry…” into a space where “colors ooze and drip into one another.” She likens her paintings to “Ice cream cone promises, melting, dripping, crying, luscious, juicy, oozing and fat.”

Ms. Parcher is a graduate of Skidmore College (B.A. 1990) and was a fellow at the Studio Arts Center International in Florence, Italy. She has participated in both one person and group exhibitions in New York with Tria Gallery, Karen McCready Fine Art, Andre Zarre Gallery, Exit Art, and Thread Waxing Space. Nicole Parcher lives and works in New York City.



from March 06, 2010 to March 28, 2010

Opening Reception on 2010-03-06 from 18:00 to 22:00


Nicole Parcher

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