Blossom Verlinsky’s ‘Secret Life of Colors’ at the Carter Burden Gallery
In Secret Life of Colors, Blossom Verlinsky presents recent paintings for her first exhibition at Carter Burden Gallery. Verlinsky’s paintings are luscious, intricate organic patterns of blues, reds, greens, purples, and gold. While the paintings are non-objective, they have a dream-like sensibility. The natural world and geology inspire Verlinsky’s paintings by using patterns and colors to create tactile recollections of precious stones and matter related to events. The artist begins by painting on unstretched linen. In the midst of painting, Verlinsky folds the linen, and adheres it to a canvas. The undulating surface of the canvas emphasizes the strata of retained and recalled memories and impressions. For the artist, deeply personal myths emerge from her subconscious as she explores her relationship with her inner self.
June 30, 2016End Date
July 21, 2016Hours
11:00 AM - 06:00 PMAddress
Carter Burden Gallery, 548 West 28th Street, #534 New York, NY 10001Event Type