WANDERING MOTION

December 1st, 2017 - February 7th (2018)

Co-Curated By: Featured Artist, Alissa Laurie and Gallery Director, Maria Kosdan

Featuring: Ginger Del Rey, Kayt Hester, Alissa Laurie, Danielle-Marie Muneca Williams, Danielle Russo, Marie De Los Angeles

Wandering Motion is an exploration of light and motion through multiple mediums of art. Open to multiple interpretations, each piece is a reflection and revealment of self.

Opening night of  Wandering Motion.  Seen here are the featured Artists and Co-Curators.

Opening night of Wandering Motion. Seen here are the featured Artists and Co-Curators.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Alissa Laurie (Co-Curator)

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Laurie’s work is an attempt to utilize and combine the salient aspects of fine art and fashion photography in order to create a structure by which there is no distinction between the two. She wants the work that she produces to be powerful, evocative, and striking

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Ginger Del Rey

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Del Rey thinks painting a woman might be the best way to truly understand her. Spending hours studying every surface, every shade, the way her mouth curves just so or the slight expansion of her retina as her eyes adjust to the flash - she reveals herself. She may not intend to, but she always does. She feels especially close to the women she has painted. They’ve fed her passion and her artwork and for that she thanks them for all that they are.

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Kayt Hester

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Hester creates intricate images with shreds of hand torn black masking tape. She began by using leftover darkroom tape as a creative outlet to weave her interpretation of people and events on canvas.

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Danielle-Marie Muneca Mullins

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Mullins completes her artwork solely from her gut. Her multimedia work are just visual reflections of her growing pains, both light and dark. Her works evolution is not what she creates but is what she is unconsciously drawn to. She uses abstraction to better answer that call, and help bring the viewer deeper into the realm from which she speaks from.

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Danielle Russo

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Russo’s paintings consist of figurative, floral and abstract work. She regularly explores new techniques, surprising color combinations and continue to be both influenced and inspired by city life, nature, and everyday interactions.

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Maria De Los Angeles

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De Los Angeles’s subject is both from personal experience and from the larger political conversations surrounding migration. creating compositions of spontaneous drawings with images and actions, which reference the human experience of moving from one space to another, but convey a fragmentary idea of the larger issues.

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