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Coming Soon: Dina Bursztyn, Tom McGill, Sam Meyerson, Danielle Norris
Opening Sunday, May 30 from 6:00pm–8:00pm.
Originally from Argentina, where she graduated with a B.A in Literature, Dina is a long time resident of NYC and the Hudson Valley. Her work has been shown extensively in the US as well as abroad and she has been awarded several public art commissions, among others, by NYC MTA’s Arts & Design, NYC Percent for the Arts and the Public Art Fund, in addition to numerous grants and residencies. Her work is included in public and private collections, has been featured in The New York Times, on National Public Radio and in numerous books, journals and catalogues.
She co-owns, with her wife Julie Chase, the Open Studio, a storefront gallery in Catskill, NY. For more info please visit www.dinabursztyn.com
The first born child of my parents, I continue to be the oldest of my siblings. Born in Jamaica, Queens, raised in NJ, I have been a college administrator, stay at home dad, bartender/waiter, teacher, carpenter/contractor/designer, artist. I like to take things apart and, to a lesser degree, put them back together. I have a favorite fork. One of my favorite sense progressions is: smell of coffee beans roasting, smell (and sound) of coffee being ground, smell of coffee brewing, taste and warm steam feel of the first sip of coffee. Since early 2013, I have lived and worked in Hudson, New York. I am the building manager and artist-in-residence at 46 Green Street Studios, a creative center which has studio spaces for artists and the home of Circle 46 Gallery which I co-own and co-curate.
I believe in the ability of painting to address the critical moments of experience and emotion. Like light coming to a stop in the retina, the suspension and representation of life is always a kind of mistake, or an act of resistance against the movement of time. To apprehend this “mistake” is to work demonstrably and almost subtractively so as to re-open a path to this movement once again. Perhaps this inviting path is located somewhere in the allure of conventionally realist painting and the humorous subtraction from conventional expectations of “mastery”.
Born in 1991, Danielle Norris is from the North Georgia area of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in 2014. In 2013 she attended the Yale Norfolk painting residency in Norfolk, CT. She has shown in galleries including Cleo Gallery in GA, Athens Cultural Center in NY, and Outpost 186 in Massachusetts. She currently resides in Chatham NY.
Exhibit: Works by Earl Swanigan
On continual display, works for sale by Hudson-based outsider artist Earl Swanigan (1964–2019), featured in our September 2020 retrospective, “The Earl Show.”
View catalogue and supplementary materials here.