COLOR - in Brooklyn July 26 - August 17

My drawing series, Glacial Collapse, is included in this national juried exhibition at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition.

Pablo Picasso: I want to know one thing. What is color? National Juried Art Show  Come see for yourself how artists from all around the country have responded to the challenge "What is color?" - in large scale installations, works on canvas, assemblage, photography, mixed media, fabric art and sculpture. 100 pieces were selected out of the 1740 submissions received, by esteemed juror, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Assistant Curator, Lauren Hinkson. Says Hinkson of her experience jurying the show: The submissions for Color span a wide range of media and subject matter with some artists embracing a bold and vibrant color palette while others took the title of the exhibition as a point of departure to explore the notion of color conceptually. Many of the paintings manifest strong links to historical styles such as gestural abstraction or photorealist painting. The installations and sculptures reflect an expressive use of materials that sometimes reveal humorous or poetic underpinnings. The final exhibition highlights the high quality displayed in all of the submissions while representing the diversity of these sophisticated and intelligent works. The exhibit takes place 2-6PM weekends July 26-August 17th on the Ground Floor of BWAC's iconic gallery, located in a Civil War-era warehouse in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn.  Visit BWAC: http://bwac.org/visit.html

Pablo Picasso: I want to know one thing. What is color?
National Juried Art Show 

Come see for yourself how artists from all around the country have responded to the challenge "What is color?" - in large scale installations, works on canvas, assemblage, photography, mixed media, fabric art and sculpture. 100 pieces were selected out of the 1740 submissions received, by esteemed juror, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Assistant Curator, Lauren Hinkson.

Says Hinkson of her experience jurying the show:
The submissions for Color span a wide range of media and subject matter with some artists embracing a bold and vibrant color palette while others took the title of the exhibition as a point of departure to explore the notion of color conceptually. Many of the paintings manifest strong links to historical styles such as gestural abstraction or photorealist painting. The installations and sculptures reflect an expressive use of materials that sometimes reveal humorous or poetic underpinnings. The final exhibition highlights the high quality displayed in all of the submissions while representing the diversity of these sophisticated and intelligent works.

The exhibit takes place 2-6PM weekends July 26-August 17th on the Ground Floor of BWAC's iconic gallery, located in a Civil War-era warehouse in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn. 

Visit BWAC: http://bwac.org/visit.html