I thought I'd give you a sneak peek of Lisa Brody's luscious paintings. Lisa, along with Caroline Harman is one of the artists I'll be showing with in the "No More,No Less" exhibition curated by Carroll MacDonald.
The opening is March 8th, 2014 from 4PM-6PM.
|Lisa Brody - Oil on Canvas|
Lisa Brody studied art at the University of Pennsylvania, (B.F.A & B.A. Fine Arts and Architecture) and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine. Her awards and recent residencies include a National Endowment in Humanities, Chicago, (2013) Weir Farm Trust, Wilton, CT ( 2011),Painting’s Edge Residency, Idyllwild, CA (2005), Partridge Fund grant to paint in Egypt and Mexico (2001 and 2005) Cooper Union Residency in Painting, (2004) Vermont Studio Center Residency, Johnsonville (1995). She is the inaugural holder of the endowed Arthur Collins Chair in Fine Art and Architecture at Kent School (2004). Lisa's work is included at Pierogi Flat Files and the Drawing Center. Her work is also in the collections of IBM, Campbell’s, Equitable, Kaiser Permanente, HBO, Merck, Citibank, Banker’s Trust, The Hartford, Sumitono, and PepsiCo.
I have been painting landscape for most of my career. The scenes that preoccupy me are places that I know and care about intimately, that have become part of the texture of my everyday consciousness. Not only the views through my window; also walks taken, roads driven. My painting builds in such increments, one stage at a time, forward and backward, over and under, simple and complex, mundane and mythic. I work intuitively, open to change, accident and transformation. An evolving painting registers the subtle permutations of its atmosphere. And always there is a longing – to know these places, to paint them, to inhabit them, and then step outside. My paintings are windows into places of possibility, desire and yearning.
To see more of Lisa Brody's work please visit her site here.
NO MORE, NO LESS
Opening March 8th and running to April 5th, " No More", "No Less" is an exhibit of works by Lisa Brody, Bridget Grady, and Caroline Harman that explores the marvelous complexity and profusion of forms that interplay in our landscape and our imagination.
Please join us at the opening reception on Saturday, March 8, from 4 - 6 pm. The artists will be in attendance and available to chat with you about their artistic vision and process.
For more information, please contact us either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 860.868.2878.