Friday, May 18, 2012

Abstract Impressionist Susan Marx will exhibit paintings at the Agora Gallery



Abstract Impressionist Susan Marx
will exhibit paintings at the Agora Gallery


 
530 West 25 Street, New York, NY, June 12 - July 3, 2012
Opening Reception: June 14,  6 PM - 8 PM
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11 AM  - 5 PM
 
Vivid evocative color splashes throughout the transcendent planes of lush paint that characterize Susan Marx’s work.  Spontaneous brushstrokes produce a playful sense of the organic and immediate.  Her dedication to formalism, combined with her passionate reinterpretation of the world, results in paintings that are as breathtaking as they are compelling.  “My art is a result of my radical amazement at the visual world around me and my need to turn that visual experience into paint.  Nature may be my starting point, but it is not my end result,” she explains.  Her paintings are in conversation with artists such as Monet, Van Gogh, and Joan Mitchell, yet she strikes a unique note, enlightened by her own visual impressions.  Marx  paints outside, en plein air, and  is informed by direct experience of nature, inhaling natural beauty, and exhaling her sensations in a truly impassioned creation of color that epitomizes the current moment.
 
Exhibited widely throughout the United States, Marx’s work can be found in private collections in the United States and abroad.  Susan Marx lives in Orange, New Jersey.  She volunteers at the Montclair Art Museum and the Newark Museum
 

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