Essay written for the Theo Westenberger Estate
Contributed by Liz Ainslie
Stone Soup Nasty
December 16 - January 16, 2017
Opening December 16, 2016 7-10pm
created by Katherine Aungier, Jennifer Lee, Zuriel Waters and Steven Mykietyn
Liz Ainslie, Andrea Arrubla, Katherine Aungier, Rory Baron, Joshua Bienko, Tess Bilhartz, Kate M. Blomquist, Lauren Collings Schwarz, Corydon Cowansage, Nicholas Cueva, Julie Curtiss, Emily Davidson, Sonya Derman, Rachel Fainter, Elise Ferguson, Angelina Gualdoni, Yuhi Hasegawa, Clinton King, Jenny Lee, Stuart Lorimer, Ioana Manolache, Anthony Miler, Patrick Carlin Mohundro, Dominic Musa, Steve Mykietyn, Dan Oglander, Maria Stabio, Adam Sipe, Tracy Thomason, Charles Tisa, Zuriel Waters, Lindsay Wraga
Neesh @BOS 2016
October 1 & 2, 2016, 11:00 am-7:00 pm
Hosted by Neesh Interactive
Hosted by Liz Ainslie & Maanik Singh Chauhan
Neesh Interactive proudly presents a group exhibition of paintings during Bushwick Open Studios 2016 featuring artists whose studios are outside of the neighborhood or city. The artwork on display adds breadth and context to the hosting artists, Liz Ainslie and Maanik Singh Chauhan who will have their studios open in their distinct Brooklyn live/work loft.
Maanik Singh Chahaun
Many of the artists shown here have helped shape the scene over the past two decades. We are excited to cycle in a few voices who may not have been heard in awhile, may not have been shown together before, or whose work has evolved in a different place under a different dialect. Artists are influenced by each other, even if only seen online or remembered from a show long ago. Neesh offers a chance to view this artwork in person and learn from the tactile qualities of the paint itself, distinct approaches to space, content and abstraction. Curated by Fran Holstrom, founder of Neesh Interactive www.neesh.io Enjoy!
On view: 11am – 7pm, Saturday & Sunday
Brunch: 10am – noon, Sunday (children welcome)
30 April, 2016
Maanik Singh Chauhan
Throughout the varied methodology and subject matter of these paintings, color is dominant in the depiction of space and form. Color activity drives the painting’s illusion.
LAZULI and Small Blue Thing
Feb 11th - Feb 28th, 2016
Ground Floor Gallery 343 5th St., Brooklyn NY 11215
Gallery Hours : Th/Fri 2 - 6pm Sat 12 - 6pm Sun 12 - 5pm
Artists Reception TONIGHT : Friday Feb 19th 6 - 9pm
Closing Reception : Sunday Feb 28th 3 - 5pm
Ellen Hackl Fagan
Daniel John Gadd
"Today I am ... a Small Blue Thing ... like a marble or an eye" - Suzanne Vega
An exhibition within an exhibition, Small Blue Thing, in a nod to #newcollectorbk, Ground Floor Gallery's blog for new art buyers, offers a selection of smaller sized gems from the artists of LAZULI. These choice and accessible finds offer the perfect occasion to begin or expand upon your own fine art collection.
October 7th - November 6th, 2015
Blyth Gallery, Imperial College London
Opening Reception: October 6th, 6 - 8pm
An exhibition of painterly gestures seen on screen, seperated by the Atlantic, shown together IRL, in London