Art exhibit explores abstract impressions of movement
Published 4:05 pm, Thursday, February 17, 2011
"Rhythms in Translation," an exhibit featuring abstract impressions of movement, opens Friday, Feb. 18, at the Nuartlink Gallery on Post Road East.
The exhibit features work by seven artists who share an interest in investigating rhythmic languages and translating the abstract concepts into visual forms. Mediums include painting, relief, drawing and works on paper.
The show opens with a reception Friday evening from 6 to 8 and will be on view until March 21.
On display will be the work of Peter Barrett, Rachel Budde, Michi Colacicco, Lori Ellison, Lisa Hamilton, Kathleen Kucka and Jesse Lambert. Their influences are drawn from intuition, pop-culture, geometric and organic patterns, and an admiration for the traditional elements and shapes referencing fluid dynamics and motion in nature.
With a focus on contemporary art, Nu-
artlink Gallery connects established and emerging artists with private collectors and businesses. Nuartlink provides exposure to artists working on the leading edge, whether it is in new attitudes and working methods or new technologies and theories of art.
The gallery is at 19-B Post Road East, and its entrance is on the Parker Harding Plaza. Hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and by appointment.
For more information,
call 203-858-2067, visit www.nuartlink.com or