Liaisons Exhbition opening at Kathryn Markel fine Arts

Daniel Brice's "Another Liquid Sequence" and Nancy Cohen's "Liaisons" on view June 22 - July 29
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On View June 22-July 29th, 2017

Opening Reception: June 22nd, 6-8pm
Daniel Brice
"Another Liquid Sequence"
Nancy Cohen
"Liaisons"
Daniel Brice's oil paintings on paper, on view in "Another Liquid Sequence," are influenced by the minimalist environments of coastal California. They reference the hazy atmosphere above and in front of the earth, ocean, and sky. Their blurred boundaries translate to moody color fields with a simmering quietude, often grounded by abstract geometric form.

Nancy Cohen's glass sculptures in "Liaisons" are inspired by waterways under threat by industrialization. They intuitively respond to the forms, colors, and sounds that emerge as the coastline transforms over time. Her materials allow for a juxtaposition of fragility and strength, the interdependent elements hanging in the balance. 




I am happy to announce the opening of Permutations  A Collaborative exhibition between Anna Boothe and myself:

June 1, 2017 to August 20, 2017

Permutations: A Collaboration Featuring Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen

Public Reception: Thursday, June 8, 6-8 pm
Artists' talk with Jennifer Zwilling: June 7 at 3pm
Since 2012, Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen have collaborated on an evolving project entitled "Between Seeing and Knowing". This extensive piece, comprised of hundreds of glass objects, takes as a starting point the artists' long standing interest in Tibetan Buddhist paintings and the integration of their otherwise very separate studio practices. The installation reinterprets the symbolism in these Buddhist paintings to create a work that reflects the organizational structure and palette of the paintings, as well as the sense of expansiveness that is characteristic of Buddhist ideology.



For this exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Boothe and Cohen have enlarged the original project in response to the architectural details and natural light in the first floor galleries of PAA's Wetherill mansion. They have also collaborated on a series of new works in two- and three-dimensions. Once a historic home, the galleries have retained much of their original features as a sitting room, parlor and library.
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Here are some installation photos:





Hackensack Dreaming




My newest installation "Hackensack Dreaming" is now on view at The Power Point Gallery at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina through March 9, 2016.
 
some installation shots from Duke:



this follows their installation at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education in Philadephia, PA and the original installation at The Visual Arts Gallery of New Jersey City University:



This is a link to the digital catalog:




Hope you can see my new work at Accola Griefen Gallery from 9/5 - 10/12, 2014
The opening reception is Friday 9/6 from 6-8pm.



Beyond the Surface

I hope you can see my new show, opening May 25th, 2013
 at the Garrison Art Center in Garrison, NY.