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"Town and Country"

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"Town and Country"
Curated by: Krause Gallery

149 Orchard st
New York, NY 10002
November 16th - December 31st
Opening: November 16th 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://krausegallery.com
EMAIL:  
benjamin@krausegallery.com
PHONE:  
212.777.7799
OPEN HOURS:  
wed-sun 12-6pm
COST:  
free

DESCRIPTION

"Town and Country" - Ryan Monahan and David E. Peterson

www.krausegallery.com –  benjamin@krausegallery.com - Email us for a preview of the show.

New York – The Krause Gallery presents “Town and Country” (November 16th - December 30th)

Reception Saturday,  November 16th - 6:30-8:30 pm

Ryan Thomas Monahan 
is from from Yorkville, Illinois. Utilizing a combination of physical and imaginative exploration Ryan creates miniaturized three dimensional portraits of urban landscapes. His desire to capture the beauty and grime of the world we live in is filled with moments of agony and glory. The exhibit title: “Between Heaven N’ Hell” refers to Ryan’s love/hate relationship with his creative process and the adventures it takes him on.

Look around, could you reproduce your environment using materials of no relation to their original purpose and fit it all inside a space the size of a shoe box? Construction is a difficult process; the required knowledge brings many different professions together. However, in this instance, Ryan is the ultimate construction worker – He does it all from the ground up at 1/24 the scale.

The majority of Ryan’s work portrays a fictional location. Creating a unique environment allows him to pull inspiration from visual and personal influences. It also allows him to consider using anything and everything for materials – Call him a “Junk Drawer Pirate”.

David E. Peterson - (Statement)
The materials that I use are extremely important to me, types of wood, different paints and a variety of finishes. The selection of the building material, constructing the object, applying the paint, and the application of the finish are all essentially equal to me.  Before I fabricate a piece, I always have a set of rules that I create to play games with color, line, shape, scale, and finish. Conceptually, the work is a reference to my environment of industrial design goods and luxury fashion.

For further information, to preview the exhibition or to arrange an interview with the artist, please contact:
Benjamin Krause
212-777-7799 (gallery)
404-290-6329 (cell)
IG - @KrauseGallery
Photographs and hi-resolution images available on request. ##

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