(JERSEY City, NJ) — Artwork Residence Gallery offers “Attachment”, a solo exhibition of new paintings, drawings and installations by Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern from November 7 – 29, 2020. The clearly show includes more than a dozen latest oil paintings and drawings on canvas, as perfectly as three dimensional installations complementing the two-dimensional artworks.
The artist’s reception is scheduled for Saturday, November 7th, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at the Art Home Gallery in the Cast Iron Lofts. 8 company at a time and masks expected call data will be gathered for agreement tracing.
Recalling the content and technological virtuosity of outdated masterworks, Ficarelli-Halpern’s paintings and drawings present a visual feast as very well as an expressive information of symbolic and referential importance. Participating in on the topic of “attachment,” the display options ribbon as visible connective material among the objects and figures. Her new artwork, “The Garden, following Bosch,” functions ribbon as a compositional armature, referencing the artist’s ongoing interest in describing humanity’s at any time-growing relationship by means of technological suggests.
Ficarelli-Halpern describes the exhibition: “‘Attachment’ as a demonstrate title seems to capture a multitude of emotions and ideas I am thinking of through this time. It represents my have to have to go on creating get the job done that delivers a visible respite from the current occasions and natural environment our globe is dealing with. Pre-Covid-19, I envisioned the bow and ribbon as purely a decorative, widespread motif across the total system of work. Now it has also a metaphor for the value of technology in my life, how attached I have grow to be to it, and my gratitude for its existence.”
An award-profitable artist whose most important medium is oil painting, Ficarelli-Halpern is the recipient of a Geraldine Dodge Basis Fellowship and an Eileen S. Kaminsky Loved ones Basis Residency at Mana Modern day Good Art (ESKFF) in Jersey Town.
She has participated in several juried solo and team exhibitions all over the tristate space and past, with the Wausau Museum of Modern day Artwork in Wisconsin, the Zhou B. Artwork Heart in Chicago, the Washington Art Affiliation in Connecticut, The Bowery Gallery in New York City, and the Visual Arts Centre of New Jersey in Summit.
Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern retains a Grasp of Fantastic Arts from New Jersey City College, Bachelor of Good Arts from Parsons School of Design, and served as Senior Design Director for Polo Ralph Lauren Household Assortment. She is at the moment an adjunct professor of studio art at New Jersey Metropolis University.
“Lisa’s work is timeless, with a combination of classic and up to date imagery. The viewer will be delighted as they stage into a earlier century but acknowledge components of the existing. Perfectly executed with the utmost interest to detail, Lisa’s work hardly ever disappoints.” Gallery Director: Andrea McKenna
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