Ned Evans, Carly Glovinski and Liza Sylvestre
Happy spring, art lovers! The provocative, conceptual, and intuitive work of Ned Evans, Carly Glovinski, and Liza Sylvestre comprise our April exhibition and we couldn’t be more thrilled about this collection of work!
As a lifelong surfer and artist, Evans’s resin reliefs, paintings, and works on paper all share a particular radiance and fluidity, light glowing from an unseen source. His sculptural reliefs, hand-poured resin inside hand-shaped polyurethane foam vessels, are a part of his ongoing exploration of form to negative space – and they’re absolutely stunning. Glovinski, a Northeast native, shows her “Phone Book Series” - ink, graphite, colored pencil, and acrylic interpretations of the unquestionably quotidian, the ubiquitous elements “so woven into our everyday experience they are often rendered invisible.” With this work, she cleverly and masterfully recreates phone books, rags, and plastic pools. Last, but certainly not least, are the transcendentally gorgeous works of Liza Sylvestre, a Minnesotan, which evoke a sense of mysterious, fabled recombinants – exotic flora from a celestial space or the untold beauty of our own physical bodies? These three amazing artists share a vivid curiosity about what it is their own eyes perceive and what needs to be reexamined and reinvented. And we’re in love with what they’re doing.
Join us in celebrating our opening reception on Friday, April 4, from 5-8 pm.
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