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“All of It” 2-Person Exhibition with Stacey Alickman at Kingston Gallery, Boston

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Stacey Alickman, Love is Blue, oil on canvas, 30 x 30 inches, 2012 (left) and
Lynda Schlosberg, Diffraction, acrylic on panel, 30 x 30 inches, 2012 (right).


 

I am pleased to announce I will have new work in “All of It,” a two-person exhibition with Stacey Alickman in the Center Gallery at the Kingston Gallery in Boston.

Also showing in the Main Gallery is Sophia Ainslie‘s exhibtion, “in person,” and in the Back Gallery is Elif Soyer‘s exhibition, “Work”

 


 

The Details

Kingston Gallery (Center Gallery)
450 Harrison Ave, No. 43
Boston, MA 02118

www.kingstongallery.com
For more information call  617-423-4113.

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Show runs January 30 – February 24, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, February 1, 2013, 5-7:30pm
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun 12-5pm and by appointment.

 


 

PRESS RELEASE:

BOSTON, MA – January 2013 – Kingston Gallery is pleased to present Stacey Alickman & Lynda Schlosberg, in the artists’ first exhibition with the gallery, in its Center Gallery space from January 30 through February 24. A reception for the public will be held in the gallery on Friday, February 1 from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m.

Stacey Alickman’s current project is called “Pulling The Legs Off Bugs Was a Cruel, Harmless Waste of Time.” These paintings reflect her process of exploration and how this phrase has developed visually as well as conceptually. What have emerged are abstract pieces that are textured and rhythmic, densely worked and sculpted. She also became interested in the possibilities of recycling oil paintings by peeling the paint off of its canvas and using the resulting chips for other projects.  These paint-laden chips lend themselves to drawing as well as stacking and assemblage.

Stacey Alickman has been painting and drawing for over twenty years.  She graduated from Brandeis University, studied graphic design at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her “Pulling The Legs Off Bugs Project” was successfully funded through USA Projects, Los Angeles, CA in 2012.  Works on paper can also be seen at The Drawing Center, Viewing Program in New York and Carroll and Sons, Drawing Project in Boston.  She works in Somerville, MA.

Lynda Schlosberg creates intricately detailed paintings that combine abstract expressive techniques overlaid by layers of intertwining pattern and color, characterizing a relationship between form and formlessness. Objects emerge and dissipate; layers of data collapse into one another, constructing collaborative spaces of interlacing dimensions. In her paintings line and geometry are woven together constructed of thousands of tiny brushstrokes using opaque, saturated colors. As individual marks assert themselves they are instantaneously absorbed back into the collective, depicting a never-ending cycle, where energy vibrates into form and form breaks down into indiscernible particles of energy; the sum of all its parts creates an ineffable whole.

Lynda Schlosberg’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions regionally, including solo exhibitions at Bentley University and the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Her work has been published in ArtBeat and Studio Visit magazines and reviewed in the Boston Globe. She has lectured on Color in Digital Technology, has taught at the New Hampshire Institute of Art and recently was a guest artist at Southern Maine Community College.  She received her BFA from Ohio University College of Art, and her MFA from the Art Institute of Boston/Lesley University. She currently has a studio in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Kingston Gallery is an artist-run alternative space founded in 1982. The gallery is committed to showing work by emerging and established artists, hosting one-person and group exhibitions by gallery members as well as offering opportunities for non-members via its Center Gallery. The gallery is located in Boston’s historic South End between Harrison Avenue and Albany Street in the vibrant SoWa gallery district.

Written by Lynda Schlosberg

January 10th, 2013 at 6:36 pm

Posted in Exhibitions

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