Generations

On View: September 8th - September 29th 2019
Reception: Sunday, September 8th, 2019 12-3pm
Gallery Hours: Thurs-Sun, 12-5

Generations is a group exhibition of inter-generational artists: Etta Winigrad, David Winigrad, Sandi Neiman Lovitz, and Adam Lovitz. Polychromatic paintings, kinetic wind sculptures, whimsical drawings, and figurative ceramics seem worlds apart until the generational line is traced and mapped.

Two sculptors and two painters share not only their familial relationship, but their feelings for the human condition in their art. Each in unique ways, these artists comment and reflect on the human condition. While Etta’s sculpture and Adam’s paintings appear very different, they are similarly whimsical and serious. David’s kinetic wind sculptures and Sandi’s polychromatic paintings, also being different art forms, share the power of movement and the joie de vivre…


Dissonance

On View: September 8th - September 29th 2019
Reception: Sunday, September 8th, 2019 12-3pm
Gallery Hours: Thurs-Sun, 12-5

Dissonance is the result of conflict, whether in music, in art, or in life. We seek harmony, so we seek to reconcile conflicts and differences. This process is part of personal growth, of learning, and of opening ourselves to empathy and compassion.

Brookover created this body of work to explore visual metaphors for dissonance and harmony. Opposing systems and visual languages are placed in relation to one another by exploring geometric patterning in relation to flowing organic forms. This sets up oppositions of straight lines against curves, of ordered grids against flowing lines, and of geometric shapes against organic forms. Brookover seeks harmony through the resolution of dissonance.

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Vibrant

Atria Senior Living
Solo exhibition by Alla Reznik

On View: September 5th - October 11th 2019
Reception: Thursday, September 5th, 2019 4-7pm
Gallery Hours: everyday, 9-5pm

Vibrant is a solo exhibition of works by painter Alla Reznik. Alla began painting in acrylic, but in recent years her focus has been oil. “I was attracted to the variety of color spectrum that can be reached with oil paint”.

All Reznik’s strength is in her unique application and layering of paint to achieve volume and texture. Her artwork has been exhibited in the greater Philadelphia region. She is a recipient of numerous awards and a member of local art communities, including Da Vinci Art Alliance, Main Line Art Center, Wayne Art Center, InLiquid, etc.


Composition in Concert

East Alcove Gallery @ International House Philadelphia
Group exhibition juried by Bill Timmins

On View: July 9th - September 19th
Reception: July 9th, 6pm - 8pm
Gallery Hours: Everyday, 8am - 10pm

Even when visual art and music do not overtly influence one another, they often share abstract qualities or similar external influences, such as cultural innovation, political movements, or technological developments. Composition in Concert will accompany Lightbox’s programming as an exhibition showcasing visual artwork informed by or in conversation with music.

International House Philadelphia is located at 3701 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104