February 2019 Exhibitions at Studio Gallery

By Editorial Team on February 18, 2019
From Green Gestures, by Jean Jinho Kim. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.
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Reception: Saturday, February 23 from 4pm to 6pm
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First Friday for all shows: March 1, 2019, 6-8 pm

Green Gestures
Jean Jinho Kim
Jean Jinho Kim presents her newest series of works, Green Gestures. Says the artist: “By starting with inorganic, man-made materials, I can imagine their potential to be reshaped and repurposed into dynamic forms. I choose auto parts, LED lights and other common objects to express my experiences and perspective in a way that can be inclusive and can engage the viewer in a meaningful dialogue. I intentionally use a wide range of materials to bring unexpected pieces together and to give materials new purposes. I aim to shatter the preconceived notions of the potential of each object as work. By using components that range from expensive gold paint to discarded used auto parts, I work to extend the meaning of art and diminish predictable boundaries. There is no hierarchy.

I use a combination of various objects that are familiar within a given space to create new arrangements transformed from static to transitional. Using identifiable objects creates a constant interaction between the separate pieces of the work and the final work itself. Not only are the physical elements of each piece important, but also the space they encompass is intentional. Each time I create a work, I keep the physical space in mind. My work includes the environments in which they are installed. My art, the walls, the floor, the viewers and light each create another dimension; each aspect is a participant in the final product.

The Left Bank of New York, by Pam Frederick. 22” x 30”. Acrylic on paper. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

Hot & Cool
Pam Frederick
Hot & Cool. Two words that are often used together to describe jazz.  Hot can be cool, and cool can be hot, and each can be both.  My love of jazz is what informs my art.  It is my attempt to fuse rhythm, color, movement and improvisation into the pieces you see here today.

Glance, by Nicole Ida Fossi. Oil on cardboard. Courtesy of Studio Gallery.

The 2019 Fellowship Exhibition
Nicole Ida Fossi, J.S. Herbert
Studio Gallery presents a series of works by our Fellowship Artists, Nicole Ida Fossi and J.S. Herbert. The works on display focus on moments of reflection and intimacy.

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  • Wednesday – Friday: 1pm to 6pm
  • Saturday: 11am to 6pm

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