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'Requiem' (A passage of influence)

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'Requiem' : (a passage of influence)... Outside window with gallery sign, November 18th to January 3rd, 2013 All Media © Hamilton Street Gallery
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'Requiem' : (A passage of influence) Exhibit Card, November 18th to January 3rd, 2013 All Media © Hamilton Street Gallery
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'Requiem' : (a passage of influence)... Publicity, from: NY Times/ metro section article on show: December 7th, 2012 Photography © NY Times/ Hamilton Street Gallery
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'Requiem' : (a passage of influence)... Publicity, Friday, November 30th, 2012/ Courier Home-News, NJ Mixed-media/ Drawing/ Painting © Courier Home-News/ Hamilton Street Gallery
'Requiem' (A passage of influence)

6 Hamilton Street
Bound Brook, New Jersey 08805
November 18th, 2012 - January 3rd, 2013
Opening: November 18th, 2012 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.hamiltonstreetgallery.com
COUNTRY:  
United States
EMAIL:  
info@hamiltonstreetgallery.com
PHONE:  
732-748-2092
TAGS:  
sacred, figurative, landscape, modern, pop, realism, surrealism, digital, graffiti/street-art, video-art, abstract, sculpture, photography, mixed-media, installation, performance, conceptual
COST:  
Free/ Open to the Public

DESCRIPTION

'Requiem' : (a passage of influence)

 

*  "In Native American culture, it is believed that the Universe is a mirror that reflects the existence of all things, including life and death. For those of us seeking deeper understanding, any perceived object, idea, person can represent the mirror and generate the vision needed to guide us toward wholeness. Many of us have lost valuable friends and loved ones who touched and inspired us throughout their lives. Although separated by death, our connection with these individuals remains ongoing, interpersonal and timeless, as their influence continually reflects back to us and in the art we create.

For this exhibition, artists were asked to submit work that demonstrates the personal and expressive fulfillment of this influence. The substance of the work ranges from the tangible and tactile to the spiritual and obscure. The position of the person (or persons) specified need not have been an artist , but they historically, developmentally, and creatively hold an exceptional place in the hearts and minds of the artists".  *