To Be Discussed




To Be Discussed | Carol Radsprecher

September 14 - October 2, 2017

266 W 37th Street
New York, NY
(between 7th and 8th ave.)

Nearest Trains: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3
 
Open Hours: 
Thursday, September 14, 6 - 8pm
Saturday, September 16, 3 - 5pm
Tuesday, September 19, 6 - 8pm
Thursday, September 21, 6 - 8pm
Monday, September 25, 6 - 8pm
Viewable through the window 24/7 

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 21, 6 - 8pm

To Be Discussed is an exhibit of paintings and prints, mingling. The images in Carol Radsprecher’s work often refer to the human body– specifically, the female body, that first landscape to greet us when we come into the world. These bodies are caught in difficult environments from which they find it hard to escape. However, all is not lost! There is still humor and some light to be found in these little worlds – bright colors and some sense of play with shapes and lines.

About the Artist 
Carol Radsprecher has been a painter for many years and continues to find painting on canvas to be challenging and meaningful. In the last eight years, she has “discovered” Photoshop, and using this medium feels like second nature to her. The speed with which images can be made and evolve into other images; the ability to save prior renditions while the images continue to evolve; the seemingly infinite possibilities of what can be made visible; the ephemeral nature of virtual products, and the easy storage—all of these qualities inherent in working digitally are exciting and stimulating.


Radsprecher’s work has been in numerous publications, small and large group shows, and is in many private collections as well as the White Columns Artists Registry. She was awarded a BFA and an MFA from Hunter College in New York.


For more information about Carol’s work and past shows, please visit her website at www.carolradsprecher.com She can also be contacted at ceerads@gmail.com to schedule an appointment for viewing the show, and followed on Instagram.


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