“IN/SIDE/OUT” Exhibition

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poster for “IN/SIDE/OUT” Exhibition

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The show is curated by New York artist Susan Hambleton, whose paintings and prints have been exhibited in many galleries in the city and other venues in the US and abroad. Her work is in a number of public collections, including The Library of Congress and the Museum of Modern Art. She has been the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner grant and was a Milton and Sally Avery Fellow of the MacDowell Colony.

Hambleton on the show: “IN/SIDE/OUT dwells in a beautiful territory in the subconscious mind, capable of the richest part of the imagination. This is why I was attracted to it as a concept from the beginning. In putting the actual work together, all the pieces fit the bill perfectly. No matter what the format, each one conveys an oscillation between time and eternity.

“In Ellen Driscoll’s landscape, there is the precision of the birds, watchful over the mapping of a surreal space which is Siena itself.”

“Laura Newman’s abstraction fits the concrete sky - blue - in combination with the so-called incomplete elements, which are striving and yet essential.”

“The swimmers of Esther Podemski hold us in suspension, a pregnant moment, and yet we are drawn to the water as inevitable. In the abstract forms there is a similar desire to see what we can not, finding ourselves in a rather perplexing puzzle.

“Scott Williams’s paintings are representational. Yet there is a suspension of time where the figure of the man draws upon our curiosity to ask ‘Why?’ The landscapes themselves provide and equal number of questions.

In Susan Hambleton’s work, the acetate acts on the paper with what could be something more mundane to invoke a sense of timelessness and, ideally, wonder. Amid every piece in this show, there is a sense of touch in the atmosphere, a sense of depth, a sense of disturbed beauty.”



from February 19, 2016 to March 27, 2016

Opening Reception on 2016-02-19 from 18:00 to 21:00

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