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GAY SUMMER RICK 2018: SOLO ART EXHIBITION “SKYWAYS AND HIGHWAYS”
|Art in Santa Monica|
Date(s): 10/13/2018 to 11/11/2018
Day(s): Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Address: 3009 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica Ca 90405
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Opening Reception: Saturday, October 13th, 6:00-9:00 pm
Second Reception: Saturday, November 10th, 5:00-8:00 pm
Exhibit Duration: October 13 - November 11th, 2018
Location: bG Gallery, 3009 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica Ca 90405
Phone: +1 310 906 4211
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11:30-6pm
bG Gallery, Ocean Park presents a solo exhibit of the latest work by artist Gay Summer Rick. “Skyways and Highways” is a series of color-rich works with a focus on air and land travel. The new series captures air flight above the horizon of the artist’s usual subject matter, iconic urban and coastal areas.
A longtime transplant to Los Angeles from New York, Gay Summer Rick’s work has been distinctive in finding beauty in the constantly developing city. Train routes, city centers, and freeways have met the artist’s touch and are reinterpreted as atmospheric energy. Recently, a new flight path above Los Angeles has diverted her gaze to the skies. Gay Summer developed a fascination with the passage of flight. This fascination led her to redirect recent air travel in order to revisit and study different airport locations.
The dynamic relationship between the two environments of airport and urban habitats and the coastline is heightened by the artist’s choice of using a palette knife instead of a brush. Her distinctive painting style creates an arresting color field in which the city’s sharp edges dissolve into the impressionistic embrace.
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