Surface Complex with Ellen Grossman
Let’s go abstract! The award-winning New York City-based artist ELLEN GROSSMAN will present her work, which includes her signature drawings, made up of hundreds of metallic lines, done on Cromatico paper and Tyvek material. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 6:30pm at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 915 Main Street, in South Glastonbury, CT. This program is free and open to the public.
Participants at this program will be able to free draw on Tyvek, and explore some of the techniques that Grossman will demonstrate. Grossman considers her drawing process to be meditative in nature, and she encourages participants to “slow down and to pay attention to the space between what is already drawn and where a new line is going.”
Grossman primarily creates drawings and sculptures that evoke tactile sensation and fluidity. According to Grossman’s artist statement, “The flows, folds, ripples and crosscurrents build up, suggesting what is common to water currents, geologic change, biological development and the wind made visible.” Grossman grew up on Long Island, New York, and the theme of water’s edge finds its way into much of her work and creative process. In an article from The Village Voice from June 6, 2017, the author interviews Grossman about her life and “15 minutes of fame” in 2012 when she met the rapper Jay-Z on a New York subway, resulting in a viral YouTube video.
Grossman has exhibited in galleries both nationally and internationally, most recently at Westbeth Gallery (New York, NY), Brooklyn Workshop Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Art Salon (Long Island City, NY), and Salon Zurcher (Paris, France).
Learn more about Ellen at www.EllenGrossman.com.
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