ART IN MOTION II In collaboration with Animation Nights New York's Best of Fest (September 29 & 30th) Anderson Contemporary is honored to bring back Art In Motion, This exhibitis a visual treat for all, Featuring the unique Fly's Eye technique of M. Henry Jones, surreal lenticular prints by Marc S. Friedman, drawings and cels by legendary animated short film artists John Dilworth, Bill Plympton, Emily Hubely and Anthony Haden-Guest, and unique paintings, sculptures, video art and mixed media art by Valerie Carmet, Bien Irizarry, Aaron Augenblick, Ian Sullivan, and MARCK (Courtesy: Anna Zorina Gallery) For more information and tickets to ANNY'SBest of Fest click on http://annybestoffest.nyc
OCTOBER 5 - DECEMBER 1, 2017 Opening Reception October 5th | 6-8pm Jacinda Bayne: Merging LANDSCAPES West Australian Artist Jacinda Bayne invites us to pause. Merging Landscapes provides a space for the viewer to breathe and to take time to reflect upon personal experiences. These large scale, evocative canvases are a fusion of experiences, memories and thoughts - light filtering through trees and water, suspended in time. Open fields of color, smooth gradients of blues/turquoise, familiar landforms, a clearing in a forest and calm waters reflect the world above and below. Color is always an integral part of the process which evokes emotion toward what we are seeing. Glazes of oil paint fall into considered areas and pathways. The work is smooth, fluid and rich in pigment. Seemingly accidental runs of paint are expertly controlled and purposely placed to lead the eye through the composition. The scale of the works intend to allow the viewer to immerse themselves within the work and quieten the noise of the outside world. Carefully placed, bridges, trees and bodies of water all elicit quietude and reflection. Inspired by natural beauty, Jacinda returns to her collection of sketches, photographs and paint palettes, where the endless combinations of colors create an internal dialogue. Her combination of color, light and imagery trigger one’s own sense of place.