After the Year of Living Dangerously: What’s Next?
An exhibition of paintings many of which were created during the extended lockdown and the period that followed which led to an abundance of creative energy to her studio. The show begins on Friday, July 2nd and continues until Sunday, July 25th with extended hours on Saturday, July 10th until 9 pm.
With the pandemic abated, Lipkowitz, no longer counting the days, has emerged with a body of work illuminated by the act of painting, for her a process akin to meditation in motion. In this show, we are treated to the works that mark the emergence from a strange year of contraction to an expansion of her skills with inks and watercolors. Always paying close attention to their behaviors on paper, Lipkowitz has included canvas, silver and gold leaf, mulberry papers, and stencils into her toolbox. Color and movement are manifest as always, an expression of her passionate approach to art making.
“After the Year of Living Dangerously: What’s Next?” provides us with a window into the artist’s process as well as a glimpse of her thoughts and feelings about creating art in a world that has significantly adjusted the way we react to change. The works in the show indicate that Nina Lipkowitz has moved forward with intention and renewed energy.
510 Warren Street Gallery
July 2 - July 25, 2021
510 Warren Street, Hudson, NY
Friday & Saturday, 12-6, Sunday 12-5