Kenise Barnes Fine Art 1947 Palmer Ave., Larchmont, NY
Natural Impressions: New Woodblock Prints by Eve Stockton Sept. 28 – November 9, 2013
Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept. 28, 6pm – 8:30pm public invited
Spending concentrated time each summer in Nova Scotia, artist Eve Stockton, has a grand studio in the great outdoors. Carving three- foot square wood blocks for her spectacular woodcut prints on paper, she creates a composition in relief. Each color evident in the finished prints is produced from a separate wood block.
Eve Stockton’s woodcut prints are inspired by close observation of nature and by her eclectic interest in science. Her woodcuts depict nature at different scales, often simultaneously. Whether micro or macro in scope, nature’s energy is evoked in abstracted shapes and chromatic layering. The springboards to Eve’s art are the natural world observed and the primordial world imagined. Her imagery often starts off connected to a specific place. For example, she is an avid hiker with a particular fondness for the woods and coastal areas of New England and Nova Scotia. Her nature-based prints seem familiar at first. Upon closer observation, however, the imagery is rendered to suggest dualities, such as order/chaos and monumental/microbial.
Kenise Barnes Fine Art is please to open the fall season with a solo show featuring more than a dozen new prints from Stockton’s fruitful summer months of art making. Please join us on Saturday evening September 28th to open the new exhibition and to toast the artist’s new work.
Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am-5:30pm and evenings by appointment.
Please contact Kenise Barnes, director (Kenise@KBFA.com) or http://Kenise@KBFA.com Leanne Bruno, gallery manager (Leanne@KBFA.com) for further information, images of artwork, or to arrange a pre-view of the exhibition. 1947 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, New York 10538
Tel.: (914) 834-8077
Web: KBFA.com or KeniseBarnesFineArt.com
Additional space in our project room is reserved for framed works on paper and the flat files that house hundreds of unframed works on paper. We will continue to have a wide selection of unframed drawings, prints, mono-prints and photographs to offer collectors.
In addition to our two beautiful gallery spaces, we now have extensive lower level inventory warehouse that will include a private presentation room. In-home and in-office consultations are complimentary.
The gallery is available for events and special educational and charitable gatherings. Please inquire.