“Out of Whole Cloth: scenes and abstractions dreamt onto canvas” A Solo Exhibit By Vera Kaplan

 

Montgomery Row Second Level

6423 Montgomery Street (Route 9) in Rhinebeck

“Out of Whole Cloth: scenes and abstractions dreamt onto canvas”
A Solo Exhibit

By Vera Kaplan

June 6 – July 29, 2016

 

June 6 – July 29, 2016 – Montgomery Row Second Level, 6423 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY. “Out of Whole Cloth: scenes and abstractions dreamt onto canvas” is a solo exhibition of paintings by local artist Vera Kaplan. For more information, contact Sue at 845.876.0543 or visit www.montgomeryrow.com/art .     

 

Saturday, June 11, 5:30- 8:00pm – Artist’s Reception Out of Whole Cloth: scenes and abstractions dreamt onto canvas” a solo exhibition of paintings by local artist Vera Kaplan is open to the public at Montgomery Row Second Level, 6423 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY. For more information call 845.876.0543.

 

This exhibit “Out of Whole Cloth: scenes and abstractions dreamt onto canvas” located at Montgomery Row Second Level is open to the public daily from 9am – 6pm. The works are for sale through the artist Vera Kaplan at 845-876-8965, verakaplan@yahoo.com or through her website www.verakaplan.com.

 

WHO:  Vera Kaplan grew up in New York City where she received an honors in art at the Music and Art High School, a B.A. at CUNY and an MLS at Columbia College. In the 1990s she returned to art school studying with Wolf Kahn at the National Academy of Design and at Hunter College with Georg Hoffman, Juan Sanchez, Emily Mason and Joanna Pousette D’Arte.

 

Kaplan has been painting and showing her work at various galleries in NYC, Austria, Japan, and in the Hudson Valley, where she resides with her husband and extended family. Her work is in private collections in the United States, Austria and Japan. Over 100 paintings by the artist are on long-term loan to the offices of 1010data, Inc. in New York City.

 

This exhibition will include new and recent work, as well as that done over the past 18 years since moving Upstate from Manhattan. Kaplan maintains a studio and resides in Rhinebeck with her husband, Joel Kaplan.

 

WHAT:  Kaplan says, “Out of Whole Cloth: scenes and abstractions dreamt onto canvas” is a body of work each of which is inspired by a color that wants seeing or the gesture of brush in hand moving on the canvas. An atmosphere is building and the details will enter gradually. What shows up hints of what is coming next. It’s like hiking a trail without markers, or hunting for treasure in faint moonlight.

 

“Listening to audio fiction keeps my surface thinking away from the painting process. For some this might be an impossible distraction, but for me it is a way of not impeding subliminal impulses from coming to the fore. In the act of painting while listening, my curiosity is being stimulated on two fronts at once: what is happening in this book? and what is happening on this canvas? I hope to convey a pleasurable sense of adventure to the public who see my work.”

 

“What unites the diverse themes — Kabbalistic anonymous beings, shamanic elements, gestural minimalism, and fauvist landscapes– is the artist’s use of high key color, strong pattern contrasts, layering and texture.”

 

With the exception of two larger tapestries, the sizes range from 5″ x 5″ to 5′ x 4′.  

 

Out of Whole Cloth: scenes and abstractions dreamt onto canvas” is from June 6 – July 29, 2016.

 

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Bauble Ballet

 

 

 

 

 

WHERE: Montgomery Row Second Level is located at Montgomery Row, 6423 Montgomery Street (Route 9), Rhinebeck, N.Y.