Jan 2 – Jan 31, 1990
On January 2, the Frumkin/Adams Gallery will open an exhibition of new paintings by Sandy Winters. This exhibition will be the artist’s first one person show with the gallery and will run concurrently with an exhibition of works on paper at the Condeso/Lawler Gallery in New York. The Frumkin/Adams Gallery exhibition will include four large-scale oil paintings and two paintings on paper.
The imagery in Sandy Winters’ paintings is derived from plant forms frequently combined with technological references that have an ominous quality. Each work is made up of painted sections assembled into an irregular shape and collaged onto larger stretched canvasses. The visual tension in the paintings is established by the imagery as well as the relationships between the painted forms and irregular shapes that contain them.
Sandy Winters was first seen at the Frumkin/Adams Gallery in “The Landscape Interpreted” exhibition of 1987. She lives in Miami and teaches at Florida International University where she will have a one-person show this Spring at the University Art Museum.
Sandy Winters: New Paintings will run from January 2 through January 31 with a reception for the artist on January 12 from 5 to 7pm. The Frumkin/Adams Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 to 6 and from 10 to 5:30 on Saturdays. The exhibition of works on paper at the Condeso/Lawler Gallery at 76 Greene Street will run from January 16 through March 10.