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January 10 – February 28, 2015
Woodward Gallery

  • Cycle
    Rex vs. Rex, 2013
    Acrylic on canvas
    48 x 48 inches; 121.92 x 121.92 cm
  • L to R:
    Gabriel Specter, Mark Mastroianni,
    Jo Ellen Van Euwerkerk, Cycle, MOODY
  • Gabriel Specter
    Bag on a Wire, 2015
    48 x 24 inches; 121.92 x 60.96 cm;
    Cycle
    Rex vs. Rex, 2013
    48 x 48 inches; 121.92 x 121.92 cm
  • L to R:
    Cycle, MOODY
  • L to R:
    Terence Netter, Jeremy Szopinski,
    Darkcloud, Richard Hambleton
  • L to R:
    Darkcloud, Richard Hambleton
  • Darkcloud
    The End Times, 2014
    Spray paint, enamel
    and resin on foam core
    71.5 x 40 inches; 181.61 x 101.6 cm
    Framed
  • Richard Hambleton
    Dancing Shadowman, 1983
    Acrylic on paper
    74 x 38.5 inches; 188 x 97.8 cm
    Framed
  • L to R:
    Rick Begneaud, Thomas Buildmore
  • Rick Begneaud
    Lily Chalice, 2014
    Pigment transfer and
    mixed media on paper
    30 x 22 inches; 76.2 x 60.96 cm
    Framed
  • L to R:
    Deborah Claxton
    Cabin Window, 2000

    22.5 x 30 inches; 57.2 x 76.2 cm;
    Sabina Forbes II
    Kitch-en Cheese, 2014
    40 x 30 inches; 101.6 x 76.2 cm
  • Sabina Forbes II
    Kitch-en Fruit, 2014
    Acrylic on canvas
    40 x 30 inches; 101.6 x 76.2 cm
    Framed
  • Stikman
    Threaded 2014
    Acrylic on plexiglass
    27 x 15 inches; 68.58 x 38.1 cm
  • Susan Breen
    Square (I), 2013
    Oil on paper
    Paper size: 12 x 12 inches; 30.48 x 30.48 cm
    Frame Size: 18 x 18 inches; 45.72 x 45.72 cm

Woodward Gallery boldly unites a group of twenty living artists working in different styles ranging from figurative to street, surreal to abstract. The exhibition is a cross sample of art Woodward exhibits highlighting the range of the Contemporary market.

Richard Hambleton’s 1983 Dancing Shadowman sets the mood. Sabina Forbes II sets the table from a retro 50’s inspired still life into a colorful contemporary feast. Gabriel Specter takes over the gallery entrance with an exciting, aesthetic sculptural installation. Deborah Claxton stuns by assembling thousands of hand cut paper pieces to create a photographic image.

The featured artists are: Rick Begneaud, Susan Breen, Thomas Buildmore, Cycle, Deborah Claxton, Darkcloud, Natalie Edgar, Sabina Forbes II, Richard Hambleton, Hiro Ichikawa, JMR, Mark Mastroianni, Moody, Margaret Morrison, Kenji Nakayama, Terence Netter, Gabriel Specter, Jeremy Szopinski, stikman, and Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk.

Exhibition Press:
Widewalls
Wall Street International
The Villager