(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Galleries at The Interchurch Center
475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10115
Lola Stanton – Latino Kids As a Latina, Lola searches for themes that express her heritage. Her recent portrait series of young
Lola Stanton – Latino Kids
As a Latina, Lola searches for themes that express her heritage. Her recent portrait series of young Latinos with a black bird was a breakthrough for her. Lola used the bird as a symbol, a kind of spirit guide to help the young people find themselves and succeed.
Read more: http://www.lolastantonart.com/about
Jessica Dalrymple – Urbanscapes
Jessica Dalrymple’s show “Urbanscapes” exhibits paintings that celebrate “nature in the city”. The show includes landscapes of NYC shorelines inspired by past, present, and future imagery such as historic salt marshes along Brooklyn’s Gowanus Bay, apple orchards beside Newtown Creek estuary, and futuristic “green” solutions atop present day infastructure. Also on view are zoomed-in depictions of native and non-native plant and animal species the artist encountered while developing this series. Finally, renewable energy landscapes round out the show and speak to the theme of urban environmentalism which underlies the body of work.
Read more: https://jessicadalrympleart.com/about/