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Undulate: Paintings By Julie Gross and Margaret Neill

Date/Time

Sep 13, 2014 to Oct 31, 2014
06:00 PM

Description

GALLERY II

Dates: September 13 – October 31, 2014

Opening Reception: September 13, 6 – 8:30 PM Public Invited

UNDULATE : 
PAINTINGS BY JULIE GROSS AND MARGARET NEILL

Kenise Barnes Fine Art is delighted to announce the opening of the fall art season with a two-person show featuring new paintings by New York artists Julie Gross and Margaret Neill.  As the exhibition title aptly suggests, both painters share a visual language that employs rhythmic undulations of color and form.  Neill and Gross are both established artists who have been nourished by and made important contributions to the rich traditions of painterly abstraction and Color Field painting in New York.

Julie Gross is well known for her nearly symmetrical paintings, variants of elongated circles and S-curves.  Her newest body of work mines that rich vein, but now Gross stretches the possibilities to their extreme by pulling the shapes until they nearly mimic stripes while still being defined as geometry.   Her un-modulated, painted surfaces and her sophisticated color sense unite with barely restrained composure; the compartmentalized colors hum with energy. The artist has degrees in painting from both Pratt Institute and Hunter College in New York.  Gross’s work is in the collections of Chase Manhattan Bank, The Bellagio Hotel, Lucent Technologies, Pfizer Corporation, Master Card and MGM Grand, to name a few.  She teaches at Parsons School of Design and Fashion Institute of Technology.  

Margaret Neill works from an intuitive process drawing from her embedded experiences, which are sublimated and appear through the process of painting and drawing. The forms just arrive to the artist; she describes this process as a metaphysical exploration of real time space in response to velocity, momentum, and movement through deeply layered intersecting geometries.  In her multi-layered abstract paintings and drawings, the viewer is subtly aware of poetic references to nature, music, and weather.  The perfectly balanced paintings are built slowly in a meditative process of layering paint or graphite on canvas.  Neill earned her MFA from Brooklyn College.  She is a frequent curator and lecturer on abstract painting.  Her work can be found in the collections of The New York Public Library, The Museum of Modern Art, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Pfizer Corporation, Sofitel Philadelphia and many others.  Margaret Neill’s artwork has been featured in InStyle Magazine, The New York Times, Art in America and numerous other publications. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn. 

Gallery hours: 
Tuesday – Saturday 10 – 5:30 and evenings by appointment

Contact information: 

Please contact our staff for further information, images of artwork, or to arrange a preview of the exhibition.  

Kenise Barnes, director (Kenise@KBFA.com)
Lani Holloway, gallery manager (Lani@KBFA.com)
Peter Gramlich, sales support (Peter@KBFA.com)

Website:  KBFA.com  
Tel.: 914 834 8077      

In addition to our two exhibition spaces, we have an extensive lower level inventory warehouse that includes a private presentation room.

In-home and in-office consultations are complimentary. 

Cost

Free

Location

View map Kenise Barnes Fine Art
1947 Palmer Avenue
Larchmont, NY

Additional Information

Sponsor

Kenise Barnes Fine Art

Phone

914.263.0195

Contact name

Kenise Barnes

Contact email

kenise@kbfa.com

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