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When 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Reception: Thursday, Apr. 24, 6-8pm
Regular gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10am-6pm
April Gornik’s paintings of land, sky and sea are rooted in observed reality and a world synthesized, abstracted, stored and remembered. They offer the viewer an opportunity to explore dichotomies between past and present, expanse and its circumscription, stillness and the inexorable momentum of atmospheric change. Her canvases – roiling seas, brewing skies, mountains overlooking endless plains – extend and engage nature’s proscenium. In these captured moments time pauses, the natural world triumphs and calm descends.
In addition, Gornik has a new book of her drawings coming out, April Gornik: Drawings, published by FigureGround Press and distributed by ARTBOOK D.A.P., with essays by Steve Martin and Archie Rand, an interview with Lawrence Weschler, and a downloadable composition for piano and cello by Bruce Wolosoff. A limited number will be available at the time of the show opening at Danese/Corey Gallery. It will be available on Amazon at the end of May.
There will be a book signing on May 29th, 5-7pm, at Danese/Corey.
More on her work at April Gornik.
Website: http://danesecorey.com/exhibitions/back to events list
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