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"Rooted in Humanity”

Artworks by Lori Horowitz  April 4 - April 28, 2024

 

Opening Reception, Sunday April 7th, 1:00-4:00 pm.

Save the date: ARTIST TALK: Sunday, April 21st Live art talk and tour in Celebration of Earth Day

 

The Bayard Cutting Arboretum Manor House Gallery, in Great River, N.Y. is the magnificent former residence of the Cutting family. The grand manor house Annex Gallery at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum is pleased to present a solo exhibition featuring over 30 recent artworks by Lori Horowitz These unique creations will be on exhibit and for sale in the Manor House Annex Gallery throughout the month of April. Inspired by the beauty of Frederick Law Olmsted designed grounds, photographs of anthropomorphic tree roots, form the underpinning of her recent series “Rooted in Humanity”. Rooted in Humanity addresses the environment, humanity and tensions within our current diverse and often divisive society.

Horowitz unveils facades and penetrates issues, revealing the true nature of humanity. These works depict the human form both isolated and vulnerable, examining the frailty of the human condition. Delving deep within the image, Horowitz encourages figures to reveal themselves. Forms emerge from the earth, deeply rooted past struggles and growth. Mixed- media 3D relief paintings and sculptures address humanity, judgments and assimilation within society. Mixed –media photographic mono print drawings are the basis for her 3D work. Larger sculptures combine processes of photography, wire, soft sculpture, encaustic wax, torched copper and paint, in mixed-media reliefs and sculpture. Innovative techniques reflect the results of the artist’s exploration. Continued experimentation leads Horowitz to a new technique of sculpting photos and accenting them three dimensionally. Using skills of the past and historical references, her work reflects struggles that repeat themselves throughout history and echoes the challenges we face globally. Curated by Victoria Beckert and Mireille BelajonasRooted in Humanity continues through April 28th, 2024 

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The Long Island Craft Guild Presents: “Seeing the Other”    A Juried Exhibit of Fine Craft

An exhibit where the artists seek in their creations to forge a connection to something outside themselves in order to portray its essence.

March 23 through April 20, 2024     The Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery of the Art League of Long Island in Dix Hills.

Opening reception on Saturday, March 30th from 1-3 PM.

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