Landscapes, Seascapes, Skyscapes, Escapes.
Using a historically significant genre, these artists are contributing to a larger discussion about important contemporary issues, including sustainability and global climate change.
Featuring work by nearly 60 artists, including Joel Adas, Steven Baines, Fran Beallor, Robert C. and Sarah Max Beck, Jaci Berkopec, Colleen Blackard, Ewelina Bocheńska, Collin Clarke, Stacey Cushner, Jonathan Detrixhe, Carol Diamond, Cathy Diamond, Maureen Drennan, Hannah Drossman, Jon Duff, Patricia Fabricant, Ryan Michael Ford, Philip Gerstein, Dan Gratz, Carl Gunhouse, Peter Gynd, Julian Hatton, Lesley Humphreys, Honee Jang, Maki Kaoru, Noah Klersfeld, Melanie Kozol, Donna Levinstone, Glenn Lieberman, Eliot Markell, Warwick McLeod, Maya Meissner, Oliver Michaels, Nick Naber, norton, Sharilyn Neidhardt, Jason Phillips, Jonathan Quinn, Rachel Rinehart, Helen Selsdon, Clintel Steed, Lorene Taurerewa, Jeanne Tremel, Marilyn Turtz, Victoria Veedell, Gillian Wainwright, Jenyu Wang, Shoshannah White, Frank Webster, Mika Yokobori, Dan Zeller, Alice Zinnes
LANDSCAPES is open to the public until April 15th. Gallery hours are by appointment, 12-6 pm Wednesday - Saturday. To schedule a viewing or for any additional information please contact Hazel Lee Santino at email@example.com or 646-491-1730. Walk-ins may have a short wait to access the show.
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