Art in the Time of Covid-19
April 3, 2020
May 11, 2018 - Mark Jenkins
The traditional element in Takefumi Hori’s art is gold and occasionally silver leaf, applied with a nontraditional abandon. The artist, also a Japan-rooted New Yorker, splits Long View Gallery’s “Heavy Metal” with Eve Stockton, whose recent woodcut prints employ organic forms and silver ink.
Hori applies metal leaf thickly and unevenly, sometimes scrawling atop the surface. If the nuances are spontaneous, the layouts are tidy. The painter sometimes bisects his compositions, grounding fields of messy gold at the top with blocks of strong, single-color pigment on the bottom. Hori’s calligraphic gestures verge on the chaotic, but they’re contained in a strictly geometric cosmos.
May 1, 2018
November 30, 2017
BRIGHT & BEAUTIFUL: A Holiday Group Exhibition
Opening Reception & Holiday Party
Thursday December 21st, 2017
5 - 8 pm
Join us in celebration of the holiday season with beautiful new art from a selection of gallery artists. Featuring new work from Hung Liu, Miya Ando, Les Thomas, Casey Vogt, Claire Brewster, Peter Hoffer, Helen Durant, Monica Aiello, Tyler Aiello, Ted Gall, Susan Goldsmith, Sarah Hillock, Jeremy Houhgton, KOLLABS, Donald Martiny, Caprice Pierucci, Angie Renfro, Jason Rohlf, and JenMarie Zeleznak.
HUNT SLONEM: Multiplicity
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 15, 2018
5 - 8 pm
Diehl Gallery presents a new exhibition of Hunt Slonem’s work that looks at his enduring theme of repetition and multiplicity. Slonem’s perception of the worlds around him bring out aspects that go unnoticed by the everyday observer. As noted in The Worlds of Hunt Slonem, Slonem’s “work is characterized by both consistency and variety”. His multitudes of rabbits, seemingly exploding from the canvas, his lush shimmering birds that beg to be touched, all create a pattern of recognition.