Thursday, July 5, 2018

SPATIAL AMBIGUITY - Hofheimer Gallery

Julie Karabenick, 22.2013, Acrylic on Wood 29x29" 

Color, tone and structure set the stage for the “Spatial Ambiguity” exhibition opening tomorrow at the Hofheimer Gallery. Hofheimer presents a two-person show highlighting a series of hard-edged precision-driven paintings by Marcia Fraerman and Julie Karabenick. The imagery includes a combination of gradient grids from Fraerman and optically pristine and uniquely dimensional structures by Karabenick. The show comes together with colorful pallets that invite the viewer into approachably-scaled formates. 

Spatial Ambiguity will open tomorrow—July 6th from 5-8pm. The Hofheimer Gallery is located at 4823 N. Damen, Chicago, IL. 60625—on the north side of Chicago in the Ravenswood area at Damen and Lawrence. The gallery is dedicated to introducing contemporary fine art in painting, drawing and sculpture from established and emerging artists. Through the year the gallery will feature provocative, engaging, solo and group exhibitions.

HOFHEIMER GALLERY | 4823 N. Damen | Chicago, IL. 60625 | 847.274.7550

Marcia Fraerman, Square One I, Acrylic on Canvas 20x20" 


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