Stan Brodsky "Visions and Vibrations"

June Kelly Gallery

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An exhibition of colorful, evocative new abstract paintings by Stan Brodsky is a vibrant improvisations of landscapes inspired by the artist’s world travels.

The exhibition coincides with a comprehensive retrospective of Brodsky’s paintings from 1951 to 2006 now being shown at the Hofstra University Museum through June 6.

The June Kelly Gallery exhibition, entitled "Visions and Vibrations," makes clear Brodsky’s direct involvement with nature, not just his conceptual ideas about its elements.

“Initially, I experience on-site observations of varied landscapes —Tuscany, Greek Isles, France’s Pyrenees, Israel and America’s Southwest, among others,” says Brodsky. “The vivid color and light, form and texture conjure for me an immediate response to the scene and transform what I observe and sense into a vital, very personal and painterly response, rather than a description of a place.”His paintings, Brodsky says, are the product of his effort to create a personal, poetic representation of the natural world that, nonetheless, is independent of that world.



from May 09, 2008 to June 10, 2008


Stan Brodsky

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