The exhibition features abstract paintings done in natural light at Greg Goldberg's North facing studio in New York. Each work is a hand-made object, built slowly over time by layering dozens of pigments to create unique color relationships. Rich in opaque, translucent and transparent hues, the paintings change with light throughout the day and over the seasons.
Contemporary video artist, Shannon Plumb, offers a fresh and provocative exploration on the imperfections of life and character through her dialogue-free filmed performances. Combining early cinematic tropes and low quality production with modern issues of individuality and experience, Plumb subverts the traditional film medium to capture a sense of nostalgia for character and self at once.
Videos courtesy of the artist and
Stephan Stoyanov Gallery.
When someone holds great promise, the person’s future is gleaming with potential. More encouraging than prophetic, this declaration creates a confidence that accompanies the individual on their way to achievement. The exhibition's title, "Great Promise", is attached to works by both emerging and mid-career artists who have incredible insight and hopefully, will make a difference in the future of art. View "Great Promise" Exhibition