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Bowery Gallery Presents “Adrianne Lobel: Reflections on a Pond”

Bowery Gallery Presents “Adrianne Lobel: Reflections on a Pond”

Bowery Gallery Presents “Adrianne Lobel: Reflections on a Pond”

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The artist’s newest sequence of graphic and geometric work is impressed by the panorama and its reflection on her pond in upstate New York.

Adrianne Lobel, “Autumn Pond” (2023), oil on canvas, 36 x 36 inches

In Reflections on a Pond, her fourth present on the Bowery Gallery in New York Metropolis, Adrianne Lobel presents a brand new sequence of graphic and geometric work impressed by the panorama and its reflection on her pond in upstate New York. She works en plein air throughout the hotter months and takes the work into her studio in Hoboken within the winter, creating bigger, cleaner variations of the out of doors “sketches.” Over time, the work has turn out to be extra summary as she tries to compose the chaos of nature into one thing nearly architectural.

Adrianne Lobel takes on the traditional problem of abstraction as she distills her expertise of nature with rigorously honed shapes. Various coloration harmonies, lushly painted, sign the change of seasons and the time of day. Powerfully composed preparations convey a tautness of design and a way of decision of their readability. The artist makes use of nice invention to attain infinite and refined variation utilizing solely rectangles, semi-circles, and half-circles. Components overlap, interlock, discover themselves sliced by darkish traces. The sides are painted freehand, endowing the work with a heat and accessibility {that a} extra mechanical strategy would lack. The ensuing work are immensely satisfying.

John A. Parks, painter, instructor, and artwork author

Lobel involves portray with a practiced cubist eye. She energetically rough-houses alongside the floor of her work whereas making use of nervy chrome yellows, leaf greens, deep-cool blacks, and scorching reds. Her purpose is a density of paint that reads like flesh, and her geometry suggests panorama. Her plein-air technique reinforces her ideas: she arrives, finds, and locates varieties actively. An natural fusion of actuality and invention grounds her world. Lobel will depend on her inside energy, imaginative and prescient, and tough-minded selections: hand-made and heartfelt.

George Negroponte, painter, curator, and artwork author

Adrianne Lobel: Reflections on a Pond is on view April 25–Could 20 on the Bowery Gallery. A reception will happen on April 27, 5–8pm.

For extra data, go to bowerygallery.org.

Bowery Gallery
547 West twenty seventh Road, Suite 508
New York, New York 10001
(646) 230-6655

Open Tuesday–Saturday, 11am–6pm

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