exhibition, news, opening “transcendence” Exhibition Opening | Feb. 8 – April 9, 2017

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When its cold outside …
And raining in your eyes…
Does your light…
Waver?

When its bleak …
At night…
And no sound…
In sight…

Can you hear the song…
Inside you?

When the fears shutter free…
But the glory is yet to be…

Will you forge the righteous way…
With no visible path?

~ Carrie Able


tran·scend·ence
[ˌtran(t)ˈsendəns]

NOUN
existence or experience beyond the normal or physical level

This show spans a variety of media by a bevy of talented visual artists.

On the cover we have the brilliant sculptural installation constructed of strings, mesh wire and tinted rubber by Kyugjin Kim. Samantha Holmes intricately explores the relationship between science and spritualtiy with her magnificent steel sculpture. Maha Alasaker’s intimate photos transcend the identity issues of one culture. Katie Kost uses a mixed media of natural pigments to create sculptural works on canvas.Barbara Hatfield makes lyrical use of ink on paper. Scout Dunbar uses mixed media to create an open ended interpretation of emotional abstraction. Klimentina Jauleska Vasilev defies the boundaries of 2D with media exploding out of their frames. Constantine Gedal uses a combination of drawing and photography to unveil an stunning composition and an otherworldly experience for the viewer.

Artists: Kyungjin Kim, Samantha Holmes, Maha Alasaker, Katie Kost, Wade Schaming, Barbara Hatfield, Scout Dunbar, Constantine Gedal, Klimentina Jauleska Vasiler, Carrie Able

Carrie Able Gallery Located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the gallery showcases the work of renowned oil on linen artist, Carrie Able, amongst the most exciting emerging visual artists. While a commercial gallery, The Carrie Able Gallery is mission based. The chalk board front door of the space showcases an ongoing community ephemeral art project. Our first free monthly art class for 8-12 year olds will be Saturday Feb 18th from noon to 1:30. The gallery also hosts a free event, Living Arts Night, every Sunday evening from 6-8pm where poets and musicians are welcome to share their work.

Carrie Able Gallery Website

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