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April 18 – August 18, 2017 – Fischbach Gallery

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The Fischbach Gallery is pleased to present 18 an online summer group exhibition featuring works by Leigh Behnke, Helen Berggruen, Joe Brainard, Alice Dalton Brown, Barbara Dixon Drewa, Fredericka Foster, Michiyo Fukushima, Jeff Gola, Nancy Hagin, Glen Hansen, Candace Jans, John Laub, Brad Marshall, Denise Mickilowski, Emma Tapley, Alexandra Tyng, Jeffrey Vaughn, and James Winn from 18 April through 18 August 2017.

Fredericka Foster Bay Sunset Revisited 2015 oil on linen, 30 x 48″

March 2-5, 2017 – THE CLIO ART FAIR

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508 West 26th Street New York, NY 10011

Red River 18 x 40” oil on canvas


THE CLIO ART FAIR

CLIO ART FAIR is a curated fair created with the idea of discovering independent artists and showcasing the careers and achievements of already affirmed creative minds.

By specifically targeting artists without any exclusive NYC gallery representation, CLIO ART FAIR focuses attention on the kinds of contemporary art and interventions that are being created by independent artists the world over.

508 West 26th Street New York, NY 10011

October 6-March 12, 2017 – THE CHRISTA PROJECT

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 The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue  NYC  10025

Second Sighting 46 x 48” oil over acrylic on linen

THE CHRISTA PROJECT

The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine 1047 Amsterdam Avenue  NYC  10025

Painting is a way of thinking and acting that relies on relationships
between mind and body, color and form.  In looking at a painting, it takes time to understand the artist’s hand; when we take the time, we connect with the artist’s mind.  Inherent, often unconscious tendencies determine the “look” of all my work, and each successful painting expresses the same intention – to embody emotion and imagination in a different way.

Music inspires me, and while listening to it I work in a complex dance with
paint and canvas in a physical act that frees creativity.  With close observation of my subject, most often water, and photographic references I have produced, I follow the rhythm that emerges from the canvas.  The colors chosen are often arbitrary, and paint is layered until I feel and see movement and life on the canvas.

Water, being necessary for all of life, is particularly suited to this kind of intention.