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Emerge Gallery is pleased to present Abstrakt: A Group Exhibition of Abstract Art from July 7-30, 2018. The exhibition includes work by forty four artists that create a wide range of abstract work using various mediums— acrylic, drawings, encaustic, mixed media, monoprints, oil, pastel, photography, and sculpture. A public opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, July 7, 2018, from 5-8 PM. All are welcome. There will also be a preview during Saugerties First Friday on July 6, 2018. Artwork in the exhibition will be available to view and purchase online at www.emergegalleryny.com.
Abstrakt includes work by former ballet dancer Gertrude Abramson who mingles with the abstract in her series of pastel works influenced by the physicality of the wave washing over an object; architecture student Katie Hoffstatter uses a 3-D modeling process to bring awareness to the human impact on our planet and explores turning mundane “trash” into art; photographer Joan Barker uses a long exposure to capture the image 15 Seconds of Snow In Wind At Night while jd weiss uses medium format film and combines it with digital and hand painted elements in her photographs; art therapist Wendy Moss — inspired by Kandinski for his fervor, Miro for his fanciful shapes and Klee for his whimsy — honors the masters through her solar panels; and Nadine Meyers Saitlin creates seductive surfaces and provocative forms on 3-D natural gourds in her Painted Vessels series.
Additional artists include Loel Barr, Jeff Benjamin, Irwin Berman, Natalie Boburka, Diane Christi, Arabella Colton, Theresa Landi Daniel, Shelley Davis, Melanie Delgado, Chris Ernst, Joe Finkler, Debra Friedkin, Lynne Friedman, Andrea Geller, Patti Gibbons, Madlyn Goldman, Cali Gorevic, Robert Greco, Betty Greenwald, Janet Gunderson, Tom Hackett, Kathleen Heron, Martha Hill, Annette Jaret, Hilary Lander, Dorothea Marcus, Lynne McCreary, Ellen McKay, Ann Morris, Richard Morris, Suzanne Parker, Deborah Ramsden, Barri Rifkin, Roberta Sickler, Jane Soodalter, Charlotte Tusch, Robert Toyokazu Troxell, and Carl Voegtling. Abstrakt is curated by Emerge Gallery director Robert Langdon.
Emerge Gallery will also be hosting a four session abstract painting workshop with Ellen McKay on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout July. First Stroke Best Stroke: Experiments in Spontaneity is perfect for beginners as well as for seasoned artists who wish to break new ground in their work. Space is very limited and registration is required. See www.emergegalleryny.com for details.
Emerge Gallery & Art Space focuses on emerging artists from the Hudson Valley, NY, region and beyond by hosting monthly group art exhibitions, and other events. It is a very open and welcoming environment that is a wonderful setting for private parties and gatherings and is available for rental. The space is also available to rent for solo and privately curated exhibitions.
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