Lori Dresner: I react to my environment, be it nature or an urban setting, and to events that happen to me and outside of me. I record my emotion by making something, communicating through imagery and objects. My sculptures are intuitive, organic, fluid; they speak for me in symbols, colors, texture and patterns. I choose clay as my medium because I like knowing that it is the earth's most primal element. I enjoy its tactile quality, the feel of it in my hands and the fact that I can mold it into any shape. My use of porcelain is deliberate as its whiteness is a perfect canvas for the colored slips of my palette.
Judy Horowitz: The human figure is an abstract. “People” bring a humanity to the concept of the “figure”. The styles in which the figures have been conveyed have varied. Horowitz's show is a retrospective, with pieces ranging from the mid 70’s to the latest painting in 2019. Her paintings have come full circle. The methods used to create have changed, evolved, and returned to the beginning. The show is hung in a chronological order.
The paintings always tell a story, “you just have to ask.” The paintings are about relationships, brief interactions with strangers and people on the street. They are “moments in time.”
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