"Spectrum" Exhibition

Metaphor Contemporary Art

poster for "Spectrum" Exhibition

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Gabriele Evertz brings an op art sensibility to her enormous acrylic on canvas created especially for the gallery's 18 ft ceiling height. Her color is not shy and literally vibrates with a rubber necking intensity. Julie Gross' large site specific gouache on vellum window installation also makes use of clean lines and color that vibrates. Though her colors are of a subtler nature. Margaret Neill also combines discordant colors to happy effect, in her new acrylic on canvas paintings. Her palette ranges across the spectrum from nature inspired color to acid intensity. Elizabeth Terhune's color is of a more subdued and earthy quality in her oil on linen canvases. Her eccentric musical compositions bring to mind the playful seriousness of Paul Klee while her rough painterly style recalls Philip Guston.

[Image: Gabriele Evertz “Four Reds and Iceblues” acrylic on canvas 144 x 108 in.]



from May 02, 2008 to June 01, 2008
Opening Reception: May 2, 6-9 pm.

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