Opens November 24 and runs through December 26

Online exhibition at https://www.artsy.net/show/bowery-gallery-displacement
Virtual installation at http://www.bowerygallery.org/displacement.html

Bowery Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by thirteen Bowery Gallery artists. Comprising three paintings or drawings by each artist, the exhibit titled “Displacement” samples the disparate visions of painters represented by the gallery, and includes brief statements on their work and the theme of displacement.

This time of upheaval and disruption and infection has resulted in physical displacement for many. But perhaps artists–even some who have been displaced from their regular studios–are fortunate in being able to continue their work—in being able to work “from home,” in a sense. And the idea of displacement takes on a different coloration when artists consider it through the lens of their art. The thirteen artists of “Displacement” offer their thoughts on displacement as a positive—as a fundamental dynamic force that drives composition and gives it life.

The artists of “Displacement” are: Temma Bell. David Bradford. Simon Carr. Glen Cebulash. Audrey Cohn-Ganz. Anne Delaney. Stephanie Franks. Michael Louis Johnson. Lynette Lombard. Hearne Pardee. Thaddeus Radell. Deborah Rosenthal. Dena Schutzer. Below is a selection of works from the show.

Temma Bell, Family Group – If Only, Oil on Canvas, 24″x 36, 2020
David Bradford, Still Life with Newspapers I, Oil on Canvas, 24″ x 36″, 2020
Simon Carr, Autumn Horse, Acrylic on Canvas, 18″ x 32, 2020
Glen Cebulash, Other Makings of the Sun, Oil on Canvas, 42″ x 46, 2019-20
Audrey Cohn-Ganz, City View, Oil on Canvas, 12″ x 12, 2018
Anne Delaney, Missing Person, Watercolor/Collage/Conte on Paper, 16″ x 20, 2020
Stephanie Franks, Like a Dance, Charcoal/Pencil/Pastel on Paper, 44″x 30, 2019
Michael Louis Johnson, Red Runner #7, Pigment Stick and Graphite on Paper, 18″ x 24, 2020
Lynette Lombard, 2nd Prayer for John, Oil on Canvas, 26″ x 20
Hearne Pardee, Fragments, Graphite and Acrylic on Paper, 19 x 25″, 2020
Thaddeus Radell, The Prodigal Son, Oil and Wax on Panel, 48″ x 60, 2020
Deborah Rosenthal, June, or What I thought I knew, Oil on Linen, 36″ x 48, 2014
Dena Schutzer, Two Figures Under Tree, Oil on Canvas, 18″ x 24, 2020

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