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B212455355, 2008 Sculpture In Various Metals 5''X8''X6'' © Chris Bathgate
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Facing Broome Street Mixed Media On Wood Panel 32" X 32" © Robert Mielenhasen
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Purple Aloe Gouache © Deborah Sudran
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Atomospereic Noise Acrylic On Canvas © Don Zurlo
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White Shift Acrylic And Mixed Media On Canvas © James Umland
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Oil On Canvas © Arthur Dworin
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View from the Borghesi Oil On Canvas 12" X 9" © Judith Tummino
Seven Artists
Curated by: Barbara Neski

548 West 28th St (6th Floor, Suite # 632)
10001 New York City
NY
US
July 21st, 2009 - July 31st, 2009
Opening: July 23rd, 2009 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.viridianartists.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
bronx
EMAIL:  
viridianartistsinc@gmail.com
PHONE:  
(212) 414-4040
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue-Sat 12-6
TAGS:  
mixed-media, photography, digital, installation, conceptual, landscape, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture

DESCRIPTION
VIRIDIAN ARTISTS                 A CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY
                                         530 WEST 25TH STREET NEW YORK, NY, 10001     TEL/FAX 212-414-4040
                                             email:info@viridianartists.com                     www.viridianartists .com                            

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                         Please List
SEVEN ARTISTS
    NEW WORK
July 21-July 31 2009
                       Reception Thursday July 23,  5:30-8 PM

Viridian Artists Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of seven interesting artists that have joined us over the past two years. The diversity of their work will bring a fresh and unique show for you to enjoy.

Chris Bathgate is a very unusual artist whose use of metal is neither structural nor illusionistic.  His process resembles that of an engineer, using mathematical techniques with brass, aluminum, and stainless steel that ultimately emerges as one compact sculpture.

Arthur Dworin unleashes a rainbow of vibrant color creating a luminosity and sense of atmosphere. His abstract paintings adapt the organic and constantly moving forms in nature to a series of ever-changing and intermingling swirls of nuanced color. 

Namiyo Kubo, who lives in Tokyo, delivers splendid transformations from Japanese paintings to Modern abstract forms using traditional Japanese media such as rice paper, ink or gold leaf. These are fragile, disintegrating, and replaceable materials, which bring concerns about today’s fragility and impermanence of life.  Kubo’s other art forms have been her giant murals in diverse locations around the world.

Robert Mielenhausen combines photographs with painting and mixed media, layered with glue and polyurethane. Mielenhausen The artist's selection of recent work explores aspects of ancient Roman architecture. These heavily textured sculptural reliefs depict a world now forgotten. Visual parallels are drawn between ancient sensibilities and modern design. Materials of wood, plaster, acrylic paint, and found objects are used in creating these stunning pieces.

Deborah Sudran’s paintings express a strong emotional response to nature, with a fascination with its varied patterns and colors. She moves in close to a particular image, and isolates it from its surroundings so that a horizon line is not seen.

Judith Tummino is a painter of the landscape, having spent a decade traveling to Italy to paint the light which is like no other. She attempts to capture the essence of the moment in terms of tonal planes while seeking to find their relationship to one another in the landscape

James Umland has a background in abstract music, having formerly worked with John Cage and other   musicians who used his drawings as scores. He is a minimalist artist who believes that by using simple, computer-generated tones that follow the lines as they move up and down the grid, he has reduced his concept to its essence.

Don Zurlo begins to visualize the creative process as a combination of accident, intuition and rational decisions. With the colored fields of Rothko, the lines of Twombly, and blasts of Gottlieb like forms, Zurlo has found a voice of his own. His  paintings are a symphony of inspiring abstractions.

For further information contact Director: Barbara Neski              Gallery hours: Tuesday –Saturday 10:30-6PM
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