"Resilient Suspension" Exhibition

Amos Eno Gallery

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Amos Eno Gallery presents Resilient Suspension, a four-person exhibition of recent painting, mixed media, and photography. The exhibition title refers to the dynamic push and pull of color and form in each artist’s work and the free movement they capture within still imagery.

Kinuko Imai Hoffman explores her personal interpretations of daily life through harmonious mixed media assemblages. Hoffman was previously trained in traditional Chinese brush painting and she is influenced by the beauty and serenity of Japanese culture. Hoffman developed her strong traditional painting technique in China, before establishing her assemblages in New York Exhibitions.

Jane Sangerman’s mixed media works on paper involve a rigorous layering and subtracting of material in order to explore space and time. Sangerman finds inspiration from the streets of New York City, often incorporating found objects such as mesh, rusted metal, and roofing shingles. Sangerman has had exhibitions throughout the United States and her work is included many public collections.

Brett Charles Thompson’s most recent paintings are vivid geometric fields depicting a wide range of color systems, interlocking structures, and modular spaces. The work is based on a divided grid, which acts as a preliminary map, setting a stage for the paintings to unfold. Thompson has exhibited in New York and Oregon and has done commissions by numerous private collections.

Blaise Tobia creates large prints that are visually striking and depict the real world in metaphorically provocative ways. In the “Catastrophes” series, Tobia has taken small, everyday objects and enlarged them greatly, while his direct scanning process gives them a very tangible feeling of presence. Tobia has participated in extensive national and international solo and group exhibitions.



from January 09, 2013 to February 02, 2013

Opening Reception on 2013-01-12 from 17:00 to 20:00

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