Shadows and Memories
Through April 24, 2015
All art is a memory. It stands on its own both as a finished new object and as a manifestation of the memory of its coming to fruition through the hand of the artist. Shadows can also be memories, or they can simply be shadows or shadings of color to set off the highlights and give depth to an image.
Jane Caminos explores the themes that penetrate the lives of women in a way we can almost not fathom and helps us realize that violence against women doesn’t discriminate.
Mr. Pinkman’s monotype, Auschwitz of Memory, is a glimpse at a soul that is left behind after great atrocity.
Heidi Sussman presents ideas in her work about the concept of time and whether time actually exists. Is it possible to see the invisible line separating now and then?
Hurricane Sandy left an indelible impression on Francesca Azzara, whose work brings to the surface the loss and anxiety it represented for so many and one we will not soon forget.
Susan Ahlstrom’s paintings and mixed media works are about memories of places and important times.