November 9 – December 10, 2022
Opening Reception – Sunday, November 13, 6 to 8 pm
Featuring artwork by Inna Zhukovsky-Zilber, Alisa Rodny, Alexandra Rozenman & Betya Abelev
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This exhibition features work made in a variety of media by four women artists. The different media includes oil and watercolor paintings, mixed media paintings, monotype and relief multi-prints, as well as ceramic sculptures.
The unifying theme for these works is the motif of dreams and dreamscapes, exploring the entire spectrum of ephemeral and horrible. The boundary between dreams and nightmares can be blurry, and the work will reflect that subconscious process that can take us to places that are blissful, simple and recognizable as well as places that digest the unimaginable, sometimes at the same instant.
While working in very different styles and formats, the artists in the show all come from the former Soviet Republics, yet grew up in the West and share a common heritage and a unifying appreciation for the myths, legends, beliefs and narratives that have shaped our collective consciousness and subconscious. We take different approaches to our work, but we show the many sides of the same great and amorphous, yet very familiar object. Our collective work speaks the same language and transports the viewer into a place of sensory richness.