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CUT-WORK 2010

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White Series 4 Piece #1 , 2009 Cut Work Paper W 26"H 32" © copyright
CUT-WORK 2010
Curated by: Rodrigo Salomon

83 Leonard Street
4th Floor
New York, NY 10013
January 14th, 2009 - February 18th, 2010

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DESCRIPTION

SALOMON ARTS GALLERY is proud to present Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen’s exhibition
“CUT-WORK 2010 “.
The first in the series “NATURE AS ARTCHITECT” was initiated by cutting separate
layers of paper using a free-hand scalpel cutting technique creating a multi - layered
outcome capturing light and ever changing shadows. Using only a steady hand and clear
mind with the cutting blade of a surgical scalpel Elizabeth achieves the purity of elegant
serenity.
This peaceful backdrop cut entirely in white paper inspired her to push further into the
human psyche, to examine the act of destruction. Taking a 12-gauge shotgun she
spontaneously blasted select pieces of her work to elevate the experience to an emotional
crescendo. This body of work was shown as the second installment, “CUT-WORK”.
The evolution progresses in “CUT-WORK 2010”, encapsulating the whole emotional and
visual experience. With color and increased scale added to the process. Elizabeth continues
her study and examines the paradoxes and duality found in the human condition.
Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, is a third generation artist with a parallel career in fashion
design. She is currently working for the New York based label Michael Kors. Her design
work has appeared in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and In Style magazines. She currently resides
in New York City with her husband, photographer Bob Gruen.
Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen’s work has been reviewed by The Architect Newspaper and she is
currently featured in the NY ARTS magazine.

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