Bridges, Trees, Skulls, Pies & Other Treasure Trails


 

Bridges, Trees, Skulls, Pies & Other Treasure Trails

October 1 - October 23, 2011
Opening Reception: October 1, 6-9pm

New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is proud to present its annual fall exhibition of thirty five NARS studio artists. "Bridges, Trees, Skulls, Pies & other Treasure Trails" will include prints, collages, paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs that explore a wide range of subject matters and styles. From delicate geometric abstractions that examine the purity of form to explosive expressions of color that strive to strike a balance between emotion and intellect, the audience will be able to enjoy a treasure hunt through the winding hallways and the gallery space in search of their perfect treasure. Some will marvel at the meticulous rendering of the hair and expression of the brow while others find delight in the gestural strokes and splatters. From abandoned buildings and fences to tranquil bodies of water to intriguing fables and stories to delicious pies, the exhibition will surely delight those who dare to venture down the halls of the NARS Foundation.

Exhibiting Artists:
Jose Arenas, Patricia Ayres, Gennadi Barbush, Michael Paul Britto, Richard Castellana, Maia Cruz Palileo, Justin Davis, Scott Geyer, Betty Hart, Griselda M. Healy, Cosme Herrera, France Hilbert, Aaron Hillebrand, Erin Rachel Hudak, Mikhail Iliatov, Ellen Coleman Izzo, Rachel Kahn, Kyung Han Kim, Hiromitsu Kuroo, Roberta Lawson, Marisa Manso, Bari Mohammed, Daniel Morgan, Hyo Jeong Nam, Patty Neal, Tempest NeuCollins, Kevin Noble, Sean Noyce, Blithe Riley, Mason Saltarrelli, Steev Scott, Michael Solomon, Marisa Tesauro, Elizabeth Velazquez, Townsend West

The New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit arts organization with a focus on international cultural exchange. NARS provides an array of creative support services including cross cultural exchanges, integrated residency programs, and affordable studio spaces that support the needs of both emerging and mid-career artists along with community building through public programs that engage the local community in Brooklyn. The artists included in this exhibition have studios either in NARS Foundation's Sunset Park or Clinton Hill locations.

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NARS Foundation
201 46th Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220 

Gallery Hours
Monday-Friday: 12-5pm and by Appointment Only


The New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit arts organization committed to supporting artists and curators on an international level as well as engaging the local community in Brooklyn and the Greater New York area. NARS provides an array of creative support services and professional development opportunities for emerging and mid-career artists through short-term integrated residency programs, affordable long-term studio spaces, progressive exhibition programs, and engaging public programs. These services operate in conjunction with our education and community outreach initiatives. Our mission is to present diverse platforms on which to nurture creative inspiration and innovative cross-pollination of ideas.


For further information, please contact us at www.narsfoundation.org / info@narsfoundation.org / 718-768-2765.