Stretching U N S T R E T C H E D

Extending our celebrated exhibition

January 18 – February 18, 2017

Out of the Blue

Deb Lawrence, Out of the Blue, Oil on antique linen, 52 x 46 inches

Geometric Spill Yellow

Kazumi Yoshida, Geometric Spill Yellow, Acrylic paint and string on natural wood box, 21 x 26 x 3 inches

Geometric Spill White

Kazumi Yoshida, Geometric Spill White, Acrylic paint and strong on natural wood box, 21 x 26 x 3 inches

Geometric Spill Blue

Kazumi Yoshida, Geometric Spill Blue, Acrylic paint and string on natural wood box, 21 x 26 x 3 inches

If There Were Words

Kristin Bauer, If There Were Words, 12 x 12 x 24 inches

Square Up

Deb Lawrence, Square Up, Oil on antique linen, 49.5 x 46 inches

Art Modern, Sec D

Kazumi Yoshida, Art Modern Sec E, Painted wood, 44 x 44 x 4 inches

Passion's Second Home

Madeline Denaro, Passion's Second Home, 63 x 65 inches

Mother

Carolina Sardi, Mother, Steel with black and blue patina, 66 x 21 x 2 inches

Vacation

Tom Brydelsky, Vacation, Oil, encaustic and collage on wood, 48 x 48 inches

Blur

Tom Brydelsky, Blur, Oil, encaustic and collage on wood, 40 x 60 inches

Shingane

Henry Mandell, Shingane 11, Achival inkjet print, 41 x 110 inches

Plumb 20

Henry Mandell, Plumb 20 (Leaves of Grass), Ultrachrome on canvas, 65 x 54 inches

Stand Still (In Reverse)

Kristin Bauer, Stand Still (In Reverse), Polymer pigment and plexiglass, 20 x 20 x 3 inches

For How

Kristin Bauer, For How, Polymer pigment and cast crylic plexiglass, 20 x 20 x 3 inches

Juno

Carolina Sardi, Juno, Plated steel, 44 x 14 x 2 inches

Crosswalk

Nathaniel DiStefano, Crosswalk, Oil on canvas, 62 x 84 inches

Taxi

Nathan DiStefano, Taxi, Oil on canvas, 42 x 65 inches

Press Release

Cheryl Hazan Gallery will be stretching its celebrated U N S T R E T C H E D group exhibition. New works from Carolina Sardi, Henry Mandell, Kazumi Yoshida, Nathan DiStefano and Tom Brydelsky will be added to the exhibition and on display until February 18th.

 

This show takes on experimentation outside of the conventional canvas frame. Through differing forms and perspectives, we consider art from new angles. Each piece is selected for its ability to bring forward a different view from what is seen on a two-dimensional surface. Touching upon conceptual art’s notion that abstract idea incites more interpretation and conversation than visual elements, the works are viewed as counterpoints to one another, with each piece presenting a point of view that re-evaluates our notion of space.