Saturday, January 28, 2017

Duane Reed Gallery: Friday, 10 February 2017

February 10 — March 18, 2017

Dana Oldfather • Jacob Berkowitz • Ethan Meyer
Opening reception Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, 5:00 - 8:00 PM
The Gallery is excited to present the work of painters who blur the lines between object and environment while creating tension and expansiveness within a vast repertoire of mark making.

DANA OLDFATHER - “I propose a multidimensional diagram of anxiety and the desire to overcome it. The paintings allow me to transform my feelings of dread and insecurity into something physical, tangible, and beautiful; a bittersweet beauty that is brightened by the shadow it casts.”

JACOB BERKOWITZ - Raw brush strokes, gestural motions, and intuition are the core of Berkowitz's process.  His work pushes him to explore the balance between conscious and sub-conscious thought and action to gain a further understanding of self in context of it's surroundings.  Within that harmony lies work that holds fluidity, moments of tension, and ultimately reaches a place of ambiguous belonging and wholeness.

ETHAN MEYER - Meyer’s work explores the relationship of multiple planes of reality relating to both mind and spirit that visually describe the fluidity of consciousness. The surfaces of his work are covered with densely intricate patterns that map the landscapes of, otherwise difficult to describe, sensations and experience

4729 McPherson Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63108


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