New Work from Michaele Keyes and Deborah Bryon
with Sue Simon and Susan Rubin in the North Gallery
July 20 - August 13, 2017
- Opening Reception: Friday, July 21, 6-9pm
- Last Look: Sunday, August 13, 1-4pm
Michaele Keyes - Floating, 2017
900 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Thu-Sat: 12:00 - 5:00 PM
First Friday and Openings 6:00 to 9:00 PM
Michaele Keyes: "A Language"
Art for me has always been its own language. It allows me to communicate what I see, feel and intuit in color, shape, texture and balance in a way I cannot do in words. For me, the joy of being an artist is the surprise and magic, the liveliness of a painting or print that takes on a life and a language of its own.
Deborah Bryon: "Black and White"
7 Subtle Body, 2017
Black and white is a primal psychological state of absolutes; black and white thinking, all or none, good and bad, conscious and unconscious. There is no space for nuance or self-reflection - yet it holds the tension of opposites. As a culture, we are living in a time of black and white, trying to make sense of it.
In the North Gallery, Sue Simon: "Cookies and the Cosmos"
Macadamia Nut Cookies and the Multiverse, 2017
This is an exhibit of twenty 5” x 5” paintings. The medium I used in this group of work is acrylic paint and photo collage on wooden panels.
In the show “Cookies and the Cosmos” I am trying to link very small mundane objects such as cookies and the large complicated universe to show that all things work by the same laws and are all part of a complex system. These painted collages depict how everything fits together - from the very small to the enormous.
Susan Rubin: "Good Fortune"
At the end of a meal of Chinese food, we eagerly await the opening of the fortune cookies. Those tiny scraps of paper grab our attention, even if only for a moment. In this group of work, twenty miniature pieces correspond to fortunes from cookies I have opened over the last year. At 1.5” square, these diminutive drawings are done with very sharp colored pencils and an eye for detail. Some are statements, some are aphorisms and some are vague opinions. The best are truly prophetic.