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Elisa Tucci Contemporary Art Gallery

Exhibition Detail
One World.. Many Voices.
Curated by: Lisa Cooper, Joan Daidone
5622 Mosholu Avenue (near 256th Street)
Riverdale, New York 10471

November 19th, 2009 - January 10th, 2010
November 19th, 2009 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
We Spin A World, Amy ChengAmy Cheng, We Spin A World,
2007, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 72
Decidedly, Decidedly, Amy ChengAmy Cheng, Decidedly, Decidedly,
2007, Oil on Paper, 22 x 30
Tree Fantasy #2, Rosalind SchneiderRosalind Schneider, Tree Fantasy #2,
2009, Mixed media: Digital Print, Ink, Glass, Acrylic, 9.75 x 22
Tree Fantasy #4, Rosalind SchneiderRosalind Schneider, Tree Fantasy #4,
2009, Mixed media: Digital Print, Ink, Glass, Acrylic, 28 x 36
Purple Peek, Nancy TobinNancy Tobin, Purple Peek, 2009, Mixed Media
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Elisa Tucci Contemporary Art celebrates the spirit of the holidays with a mixed media group exhibit at the Riverdale Gallery opening on November 19th with a reception between 5 -8pm.

The Exhibit brings together local artists and artists from the international community in a universal expression of oneness.

One World. Many Voices” explores the unique ability of art to connect people across cultures, geographic borders, language barriers and generations.   Each of the artists in this group show expresses a contemporary, yet timeless view of our interconnectedness to each other, and to the world around us.

Through a spectrum of paintings, mixed media and works on paper, enter a world transformed by the collective energy of light, spirit and cross-cultural synergies.

  • Amy Cheng’s works on paper invite us into a mystical and playful world of colliding cultures through the intermingling of Eastern and Western folk imagery.
  • Rosalind Schneider’s recent “Tree Fantasy” series, where streaks of light appear to infuse ordinary trees with an otherworldly life force.
  • Miriam Brumer drawings appear to be lit from within --- connecting the viewer to some self-generating life force that gives each piece an illusion of breathing.

The exhibit will also be introducing the work of new artists including Melinda Hackett , Nancy Tobin and Yasemin Kackar-Demirel.

The exhibit will run through January 10th 2010.

Special Holiday Hours: Friday/Saturday 10-6pm, Sunday 12-5 pm.

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