Wild World closing at Cross Contemporary Art

Wild World: Ashley GARRETT, Catherine HOWE and Lily PRINCE, the current painting exhibition at at Cross Contemporary Art  opened on Sat. September 8th. On Sunday, September 30th Richard Klin will be reading from his novel, Petroleum Transfer Engineer, at the Cross Contemporary Gallery in Saugerties, NY  at 4:00 PM. Klin is also the author of two nonfiction books.  Klin’s work–fiction and nonfiction–has been featured on Public Radio International’s Studio 360 and has appeared in the Brooklyn Rail, the Atlantic, the ForwardFlyover Country ReviewAdelaide, NPR’s All Things Considered and others.

Ashley Garrett, Sossusvlei,  2017,  oil on canvas

The paintings, prints, and watercolors in Wild World explore the power of the gestural mark inspired by nature . Ashley Garrett‘s oil paintings depict deep spaces disturbing the lines between “inside” and “outside”.  Catherine Howe‘s bold monotypes draw upon botanical forms. And Lily Prince‘s vibrating watercolor landscapes explore the line between light and color with energetic brushwork. Overall, the three artists reflect on nature in their paintings with a distinctive gestural calligraphy.

Lily Prince, Lago di Como1, 2017, 55×64 inch, watercolor and gouache on paper
Carborundum Collagraphs I, II, III © Catherine Howe 2016 unique prints 2/3 EV 47.5 x 24 inches each

WILD WORLD: Ashley GARRETT, Catherine HOWE &
Lily PRINCE    

Cross Contemporary Art
99 Partition St. Saugerties, New York 12477
on view thru Sept. 30th, 2018

GALLERY HOURS: Thurs- Mon 12-5pm

About Cross Contemporary Art: Cross Contemporary Art is a gallery dedicated to showing mid-career and established artists who have a connection to New York City, Hudson Valley and Catskills region.

 

 

 

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