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Cade Tompkins Projects
Cade Tompkins Projects focuses on advancing and exhibiting contemporary art, featuring work by emerging artists as well as mid-career and established artists in various mediums including painting, sculpture, printmaking, video, drawing, and installation. Cade Tompkins has been a contemporary art dealer for over 30 years. Her gallery opened in September 2009 and to date has featured over 50 exhibitions by represented artists.
Serena Perrone, On Escapism and Exile
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The element of water as inspiration is the focus of our booth presentation this spring. A curation of works by gallery artists depicting water in the forms of rivers, oceans, and estuaries are shown in the etchings, woodcuts, and screen prints on view. Nancy Friese’s “Tumbling Time,” a portfolio which includes poems by Laurel Reuter, discusses the ecological history of the Red River Valley, and Allison Bianco’s monumental “The Providence River Cover Up” concentrates on the river view in a historical context, alluding to hidden visual and narrative events. Daniel Heyman’s magnificent 28-foot “Summer Squall” is about the fury of the storm passing over the ocean and features the head of a man reacting to immense power of the weather. Serena Perrone presents a view of a fictive river in the “On Escapism and Exile” series. Orit Hofshi’s “Allude” places the figure between mountains with the impression of the distant sea, while Stella Ebner looks to the nature of sporting pursuits on the water. Maritime language is depicted in Lois Harada’s “Signals” comprised of 26 letterpress prints of navigation flags and their meanings.
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On Escapism and Exile
30 x 22 inches each
drypoint etching with chine collé and hand coloring
edition of 4
Bait, Rope and Knife (The Duck Boat)