During November and December, the Frumkin/Adams Gallery will show a new group of works on paper by James Gingerich. The works in the show consist of a suite of charcoal drawings and a number of large oils on paper.
James Gingerich was born in Texas, educated on the West Coast and has lived in New York for the past decade. His one-man show last season consisted of a series of large-scale narrative paintings depicting his memories of adolescence in Texas and his subsequent struggles in New York. The current show deals with some of the themes of the previous exhibition as well as a new theme: the city dweller returns to the country.
The James Gingerich exhibition opens in the Drawing Gallery on Friday, November 5th and continues through December. The gallery hours are 10 to 6, Tuesday through Friday and 11 to 5:30 on Saturdays.