Virtual Artist Talk with the artists from Liminal
featuring Amanda Church, Paula De Luccia, Beth Kaminstein, Lauren Olitski, Leslie Parke
Monday, November 23 at 5pm EST

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Five artists, and friends, recount the creative path that led them toward creating the current Studios’ exhibition, Liminal. From past connections at Bennington College to more recent connections to the Keys and tropics, the group discusses how their work has evolved and been informed by their environment. 

LIMINAL: ON VIEW NOV 5-26

Amanda Church’s paintings use a flat, velvety-smooth surface to convey hard-edge, pop abstracted allusions to the body in landscape. Paula De Luccia’s paintings are also large scale, as well as raw and colorful, and she adds other materials to the surface to create textures beyond the canvas. Beth Kaminstein’s ceramic works’ wide surfaces create large areas of color achieved through high-fired glazes. Lauren Olitski challenges the standard rectangular frame of abstract work by adding pieces to change the shape of her 10-foot-long paintings. Leslie Parke’s paintings have a brilliant ground with lines that at once seem to define, dissolve, and merge shapes.

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