The Wired Gallery of High Falls presents, “Contemporary Abstraction Now!”


Curated by Meredith Rosier, the exhibition featuring the works of local artists, Robin Adler, Ava Barbour, Carol Pepper-Cooper, Frank D'Astolfo, Reneé Englander, Patti Gibbons, Judith Hoersting, Michael Hopkins, Melanie Hulse, Roxie Johnson, Ellen Jouret-Epstein, John Kleinhans, Jennifer Leighton, Lois Linet, Harriet Livathinos, Linda Miller, Gloria Mirsky, Kerry Moskowitz, Joan Oliver, Nancy O'Hara, Susan Piperato, Monique Robidoux, Natalee Rosenstein, Meredith Rosier, Anne Sanger, and Ted Welch will be on display, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Dec. 9-24, and by appointment, Dec. 25-May 5, at the Wired Gallery, 11 Mohonk Road, High Falls.

“My selection of the work on view reflects the diversity of 32 artists who plunge headlong into the mesmerizing world of abstraction,” said Rosier. “These artists offer up revelry, quiet grace, restless entanglements with drawn lines rough and tumble, notably exact, tinged with perforation. Zigzagged into repetitive pattern, floating merrily in open space, densely layered into geometric configurations or meandering lazily in tidy script. All of which can carry their ideas of grace, tension, leisure, rage or sensitivity.”

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