Thursday, February 3, 2011

Distant Faces and Places Exhibit at Elisa Contemporary Art, New York fro...

If you can't stop by our current exhibit, Distant Faces and Places, be sure to watch our video tour.

Here's a brief overview:
Journey to far away places and distant lands. And encounter a spirited few in the new exhibit, Distant Faces and Places at Riverdale’s only contemporary Art Gallery, Elisa Contemporary Art. Our current exhibit explores abstracted landscapes and figurative work in paintings and sculptures.

It is an invitation to escape into the worlds of our four artists and find a place to call your own.

From the art of Syracuse artist, Sharon Gordon, whose landscapes balance delicately on the fine line between abstraction and representation to the intensely pigmented exotic worlds of Canadian Artist, Marie Danielle Leblanc.

In the haunting paintings of Hawaii artist Connie Firestone, you'll sense a watchful presence and be captivated by the body and shadows of the wire mesh sculptures of Kaya Deckelbaum.

These four female artists create visions of alternate spaces and places to explore.

What: Distant Faces and Places
When: Now - March 13, 2011
Artists Reception with Kaya Deckelbaum: Sunday, February 6th from 2-4pm
Where: Elisa Contemporary Art Gallery, 5622 Mosholu Avenue, Riverdale NY
Gallery Hours: Friday/Saturday 10 am - 6pm and by Appointment. Sun. Feb. 6 12-5pm

Check website for additional events in late February to support the Arts to Grow programs for Riverdale Neighborhood House.


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