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ODETTA presents Heavy Metal

Saturday, November 16th, 2019

ODETTA is pleased to present Heavy Metal featuring Linda Cunningham, Anne Marie Kenny and Suzanne Benton in the Flat File Feature. The exhibition, the last of the 2019 season, runs from November 19, 2019 – January 4, 2020. 

Durable and malleable, primary characteristics used to describe heavy metals, can also be applied to the most outstanding traits found in the three successful women artists featured in exhibition. All well versed in metal sculpture, printmaking, painting, and activism, the beauty of the finished works and conceptual structures is made evident by the trueness of their practice and the mastery of their hand.

There will be several events during Heavy Metal.

Meet the Artists

Thursday, November 21, 6-8 pm

Artist’s Talk

Saturday, November 23, 3-5 pm

The events are free and open to the public. The exhibition runs through Saturday, 12:00 Noon, January 4, 2020. 

Juliet Martin – You Don’t Look Crazy at Ivy Brown Gallery

Thursday, November 14th, 2019

Ivy Brown invites you to glimpse the mind and explore the work of Juliet Martin in her first solo exhibition at Ivy Brown Gallery

“You Don’t Look Crazy” uses Juliet’s experiences with bipolar disorder to discuss greater issues surrounding mental illness. ‘I am a different person when I am depressed, manic, or anxious.’Juliet Martin makes her viewers see the message beyond the joke. Her satiric memoirs illustrate personal stories with playful forms, painful punchlines, and caustic visual one-liners. Why fiber? Weaving fabric physically and mentally attaches her to her canvas. Her process is surprisingly improvised. Decisions are made as the shuttle moves across the threads.

If you look in my eyes, they are taken over by moods. You cannot see me. I’m not there. – Juliet Martin

Tuesday, November 19, 6-8pm Artist talk with Juliet Martin on her current exhibit ‘You Don’t Look Crazy’

Exhibition Dates: October 29-November 29

As the Crow Flies at Sara Nightingale Gallery

Wednesday, November 13th, 2019
Sara Nightingale Gallery is pleased to present As the Crow Flies, Janet Goleas, Laurie Lambrecht, and Ross Watts, who have each selected one artist to join them in the exhibit: Priscilla Heine, Virva Hinnemo, and Jeremy Grosvenor, respectively. The exhibition will open on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. and will run through Dec. 16.
As the crow flies, these artists live and work in close proximity to one another. All have studios on the East End and are embedded in and deeply committed to the Hamptons arts community. Priscilla Heine, Virva Hinnemo and Jeremy Grosvener will be exhibiting at the gallery for the first time.
The exhibition is organized by Janet Goleas, Laurie Lambrecht and Ross Watts.

Space of Belonging, new paintings by Angela A’Court at Susan Eley Fine Art

Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to present Space of Belonging, a solo show featuring new paintings by Angela A’Court. The exhibition opens on Thursday, November 14 with a reception from 6-8 pm, 

Space of Belonging is comprised of pastel paintings and a series of mixed media prints, all produced within the last two years. A’Court first exhibited with SEFA in the three-person show, Finding Arcadia (2008). Subsequently, she has participated in numerous group shows and art fairs in the UK, US and Canada. Of note was her 2016 solo exhibition at SEFA, The Poetry of Mending. A’Court begins each painting with a broad, color plane—red, blue, pink or yellow—which acts as a table for the artist’s still life vocabulary. (more…)

Slow Art at Village West Gallery

Friday, November 1st, 2019
Village West Gallery is pleased to present Slow Art – Thoughtful art that rewards a long look.
Today’s mode of thinking around visual imagery is closely tied to social media, advertising and instant gratification. We are conditioned to scroll, swipe and digest imagery in a flash and then move on to the next.  Slow Art is an exhibition dedicated to works that intentionally slows down the senses and creates a space for contemplation. 20 local, regional and national artists with a wide range of styles and methods of expression have been selected by co-curators Diana Schmertz and Robinson Holloway. Featured Artists include –
David Baskin, Jimbo Blachly, Sharela Bonfield, Alexandra Brock, Patricia Cazorla & Nancy Saleme, Pam Cooper, Alexis Duque, Cathy
Ellis, Peter Gynd, Jeanne Heifetz,Gosha Karpowicz, Anki King, Megan Klim, Ezra Mara, Vikki Michalios, Joshua Mintz, David Rios Ferreira, Gail Rothschild and Rachael Wren.
The exhibit is ongoing through December 6, 2019

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