CARTER BURDEN GALLERY ANNOUNCES NEW EXHIBITIONS BY RE-EMERGING OLDER ARTISTS

Three new exhibitions featuring the stunning artwork of four re-emerging older artists will be on display from February 2nd-23rd at the Carter Burden Gallery located at 548 West 28th Street #534 in Manhattan.  The Carter Burden Gallery showcases the vibrant, cutting-edge and transformative art that is the product of the unique cultural wealth possessed by older professional artists.

The Phantom Forest in the east gallery features painter Allen Hansen and sculptor Elizabeth Jordan. Hansen, who uses tar as his primary painting medium, explores the “urge to the sublime” in his large, abstract canvases. Jordan employs a variety of materials to create organic sculptures that explore uncertainty and the transitory nature of existence.

 

Interiors in the west gallery features Jackie Shatz. Treading the line between painting and sculpture, Shatz works with themes of anticipation, hesitancy, and anxiety in representational and abstract art.

 

On the Wall features an installation by Bette Klegon Halby consisting of an eighteen-foot sculpted canvas that reimagines the concept of clean water and the basic human right to access this resource.

548 West 28th Street, #534,

New York, NY 10001

 

Tuesdays – Fridays, 11am – 5pm

Saturdays, 11am – 6pm











When: Thu., February 9, 2017 at 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Three new exhibitions featuring the stunning artwork of four re-emerging older artists will be on display from February 2nd-23rd at the Carter Burden Gallery located at 548 West 28th Street #534 in Manhattan.  The Carter Burden Gallery showcases the vibrant, cutting-edge and transformative art that is the product of the unique cultural wealth possessed by older professional artists.

The Phantom Forest in the east gallery features painter Allen Hansen and sculptor Elizabeth Jordan. Hansen, who uses tar as his primary painting medium, explores the “urge to the sublime” in his large, abstract canvases. Jordan employs a variety of materials to create organic sculptures that explore uncertainty and the transitory nature of existence.

 

Interiors in the west gallery features Jackie Shatz. Treading the line between painting and sculpture, Shatz works with themes of anticipation, hesitancy, and anxiety in representational and abstract art.

 

On the Wall features an installation by Bette Klegon Halby consisting of an eighteen-foot sculpted canvas that reimagines the concept of clean water and the basic human right to access this resource.

548 West 28th Street, #534,

New York, NY 10001

 

Tuesdays – Fridays, 11am – 5pm

Saturdays, 11am – 6pm

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