The framed pieces are smaller works that are part of my series Building a Blue Wall. Also shown are a group of pieces to be framed. All the framed pieces are entitled The Enlightenment will not bow to the Inquisition [numbered]. My studio is located in Bushwick at the Active Space and I welcome anyone who wants to visit after the month of February. At the moment, I am preparing for a solo show at the Rockland Center for the Arts [RoCA] entitled Quotidian Metamorphosis. March 25 – May 25, 2018 Opening Reception March 25, 1-4 pm
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Art and nature have always gone hand in hand. It is hard to think of one without the other. In recognition of this, our first exhibition commences on the conclusion of the one-hundredth anniversary of the Scottish mathematical biologist and classicist, Sir D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson’s On Growth and Form. “… if we consider the wonders of a limestone cavern which a filtering stream has filled with stalactites, we soon perceive that … we have begun with an initial system of very slight complexity, whose structure in no way foreshadowed the result, and whose comparatively simple intrinsic forces only play their part by complex interaction with the equally simple forces of the surrounding medium.”
With an vibrant spirit she continues to work primarily in fiber in order to accommodate a string of solo museum exhibits with being planned in the near future. Her work has appeared in over 45 solo exhibitions at museums around the country.
The NY Artist’s Circle has had a strong response to our first exhibit On Growth and Form: Jaynie Crimmins, Paula Overbay, Liz Quizgard, & Andra Samelson which features four of our artists. In an attempt to further engage viewers with more in depth exploration of contempoary […]
What a great way to peak into the heads and hearts of amazing artist people. Thank you Jaynie
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