natalia koren kropf
explores the movement, the momentary phase of a life long dance. the life of a new york city artist can be full of contrasts, of unexpected turns, and within it one has to stay centered. her art reveals the spiritual journey within a dance, extending beyond just contemporary figurative art into the realm of unseen - the trajectory of movement and sound, and a pause - a frame of animation - in seemingly random compositions.
A selection of over 50 hand-pulled fine art prints, by members of the Center for Contemporary Printmaking.
On View: Through April 6, 2014.
Opening Reception: Sunday, February 23, 2 to 5 pm.
This year's theme, "Branching Out: Trees, Leaves, Blossoms and More" is dedicated to the memory of Bryan Nash Gill, a talented and innovative artist and printmaker.