Saturday, October 22, 2011
Opening reception for Galya Lutzky exhibit "The Search for Invariant" on Sunday, October 30, at 3-7 PM.
New exhibition of abstract acrylic-on- canvas paintings, ceramics and jewelry by Moscow artist Galya Lutzky "The Search for Invariant. Property that remains unchanged" is on view at the Gallery on October 26- November 27, 2011.
Artist reception will take place at FROM RUSSIA WITH ART Gallery on Sunday, October 30, at 3 - 7 PM.
"Having a mathematical background , I treat the creative process as one which has an unlimited number of possibilities and options.I currently work in painting,graphics, ceramics and may in the future try a different medium. I move from canvas and paper to ceramics in order to realize my ideas in different forms and find new solutions. I negotiate between the fine lines of something regular and accidental.
Urban and countryside recollections such as: cracks on the pavement, crossings of railways, dust-colored grass, I transform into generalized and nearly abstract multi-layered structures and color spots. My ceramic plates and vases are transformed into autonomous artifacts and lose their utilitarian purpose.
My work sometimes can allude to real matters, and sometimes to just an abstract composition.I try to leave it open for the viewer's interpretation, which can be in the reality layer as well as the layer of abstract logical structures. I have been influenced by ancient (especially Egyptian art), J.M.W. Turner , and modern art by Piet Mondrian and Paul Klee".
Galya Lutzky exhibits in Moscow, France, Switzerland, New York and for the first time- in Boston.