PAPER STEALS THE SHOW!

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Works On Paper: Dec 4, 2016 – Jan 28, 2017
Artists’ Reception: December 10th, 6-8pm

Imagine artwork created using many different media and involving widely diverse subjects but all rendered on one surface—paper! Such is the work of fourteen artists featured in Gallery35’s third exhibit of the 2016-2017 season, Works on Paper.

For this exhibit, Teresa Hommel has chosen to show photographs—some depicting still life containing fruit and others dramatically detailing NYC architecture.

Karen Fitzgerald’s pieces are both gilded with copper grounds.  This gorgeous metal offers a distinctive energy and coloration unlike any other precious metal.  She used oil paint in thin washes to create imagery that is often abstract, but always evocative.

Phyllis Malinow, combining multicolored woodcuts with pastels and chine colle, has printed one of her pieces on Japanese Kochi paper.

Using a slightly different technique which includes original drawings, Virginia Asman is still exhibiting work inspired by her current abode in the southwest—a new series entitled Horses on the Rocks!

All this—plus the creativity of nine additional artists, using such media as oil, ink, guache, acrylics, graphite, watercolor and hand stitching—promises to make for a exciting exhibit to warm the winter months!

Exhibiting Artists: Cari Clare, Denise Fryburg, Ingrid Sletten, Jody Leight, Karen Fitzgerald, Marilyn Boddewyn, Pat Gericke, Phylis Malinow, Rick Perez, Teresa Hommel, Valerie Lynch and Virginia Asman

Meet the artists at our reception on December 10th from 6-8pm.
Appointments to see the show at other times may be made by contacting gallery35ny@gmail.com.

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