October 18th – November 18th, 2018
Artist Talk: November 4th @ 2pm, with Opening Reception to follow 3-6pm.
Cellebration, by Edith Borax-Morrison, presents a series of small pen and ink drawings drawn over the last 12 months that were inspired by a grid of 30 rectangles holding her 30-day supply of medications. The drawings reflect the personal life change and reduced stress that occurred when she recently moved into an assisted living facility in Orange, CT. The intricate interwoven lines, circles and marks in her abstract drawings speak to the very nature of the artist: consistent, compulsive, with meticulous attention to detail.
Surprise Encounters, in America and Eastern Europe, by Hank Paper, presents a series of work that calls attention to the political echoes “across the pond.” Of his work, Paper says: “Shooting around the world, I try to capture images that alter our awareness, puncture pretension and mine irony from surface appearances. In my vision, warmth and wit, and the wily truth, reside within revelatory geometries. My images lodge in the hidden, interstices of perception: what people look at, yet don’t see, the strange and the beautiful, the real and the surreal, the quotidian and the quintessential. Often, we don’t see what we should, but the camera does.”