Exhibition: Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen @ Ivy Brown Gallery, NYC – October 13 to November 30, 2015

 Chosen for  THERESPONSIVEI.COM  by Eva Zanardi  

“Restless Edge”

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen‘s new series of “Cut-Works” are created using a double cut technique where each layer is comprised of 2 layers put together. The artist will be showing her test drawings for the first time in this exhibition as well.

@ Ivy Brown Gallery, 675 Hudson st, #( just south of 14th street ) NYC

Opening Reception: Tuesday, October 13th 6pm-8pm

Exhibition: October 13th-November 30th

RESTLESS: Unable to stay still or quiet, ceaselessly active, and or continuously moving.
EDGE: The line or part where an object or area begins or ends: the part of a blade that cuts: the sharpness of a blade.

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen Black & White Flip Circle

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Black & White Flip Circle, 2015, 19”x 23”, free-hand cut – 2 ply museum board

BWCircle_Out_4x6_EGG-048

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen Black & White Flip Circle -Out, 2015, 19”x 23”, free-hand cut – 2 ply museum board

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen Free Hand Allover Abstract Drawing

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen Free Hand Allover Abstract Drawing, 2015, 2 ply Museum board with India Ink, 36” x 40” framed

Elizabeth Gregory Gruen, Free Hand Allover Abstract

Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Black & White Abstract – In, 2015, 19”x 23″, free-hand cut – 2 ply museum board

ABOUT ELIZABETH GREGORY-GRUEN: Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen explores the human condition in a meditative spontaneous free–hand cutting technique called “Cut-Work”.  Each cut layer is elemental to the vibration and energy of humanity. The first “Cut-Work” series was exhibited at Ivy Brown Gallery in 2008. Elizabeth currently resides in New York City.

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