In the second exhibition of her work at Luise Ross Gallery, Gail Gregg’s new collages give us a sense of possibility, of hope, of filling in the blanks, of new days to come.
A master of abstraction, Gregg utilizes found objects in a manner mixed with sadness because there are no images. Decorative elements on these album pages become the focal points of her stark, somber compositions. Nevertheless, the pages convey a sense of the emotional connection which with they were originally filled, and now reappropriated.
This exhibition marks Gregg’s fifth solo exhibition in New York City. Her work was the subject of a recent solo exhibition at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art in Manhattan, KS.