Elizabeth Yamin continues to draw inspiration from her studio location in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. She has found a catalyst for her new work in Ex Machina in the recent spurt of building and re-building activity at the Yard.
In Carmela Kolman’s exhibition, Only Roses, the focus of her eight paintings is the delicate, intersecting forms of flowers. These close-up views express sensitivity to opaque and translucent petal shapes under bright, flickering light, as well as the tactile possibilities of oil paint.
A long time resident of both Italy and upstate New York, Langdon Quin presents landscapes in Recent Paintings. Each represents a synthesis of visual information derived from plein air oil studies, drawings, photographs, memory and invention.