Tag: Louise Peabody

July 30, 2016

Group Exhibition
September 10 – October 28, 2016
Woodward Gallery

The Fall Art Season opens as if nature has been saving up all year for its grand finale. For the first time at Woodward Gallery, a group exhibition is presented in salon format featuring 61 artists and 129 works of art!

An environment of art styles and mediums engulf the gallery walls offering quality, variety and substance for the collector who yearns to feel inspired. The array of Artists makes for a breathtaking visual spectacle.

This NYC Salon is accessible to beginning collectors and art connoisseurs alike.

Artists: Michael Alan, Royce Bannon, Rick Begneaud, David Bishop, Jonathan Borofsky, Susan Breen, Brock, Thomas Buildmore, El Celso, Patrick Christie, Deborah Claxton, Crash, Allan D’Arcangelo, Darkcloud, Jim Dine, Annette Davidek, Marisol Escobar, Natalie Edgar, Tommy Flynn, BK FOXX, Sybil Gibson, Richard Hambleton, Keith Haring, Sarah Hauser, Hiro Ichikawa, Robert Indiana, Infinity, Jean Kigel, Franz Kline, Walt Kuhn, LAII, Sol Lewitt, Roy Lichenstein, Bill Martin, Knox Martin, Mark Mastroianni, Moody, Margaret Morrison, Malcolm Morley, Kenji Nakayama, Terence Netter, Roy Newell, Hank O’Neal, Claes Oldenburg, Louise Peabody, Jaggu Prasad, Mel Ramos, Ad Reinhardt, JMR/ JM Rizzi, Brad Robson, Maura Robinson, James Rosenquist, Jessica Hurley Scott, Matt Siren, stikman, Swoon, Francesco Tumbiolo, Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk, Nina Venus, Andy Warhol, and Charles Yoder.

January 10, 2009

January 10 – February 28, 2009
Woodward Gallery

Woodward Gallery is pleased to open the new year with Louise Peabody’s universal message of peace embodied in paintings of female forms in repose.

Louise Peabody’s contented figures transform the Gallery environment into a tranquil place of meditation. Empowered with the ability to elicit quietude in her subjects, Peabody’s work softly emits a calmness not easily conveyed. Peabody drapes her reclining figures with bed linens and sheets both respecting their forms and providing undulating rhythm.

In earlier series, Louise Peabody’s bodylines were well positioned as the horizon; her women became “nudescapes”. In this new series of oil paintings and drawings presented side-by-side, the subjects exude a lasting, uniform serenity. A perfect antidote for our current anxiety.
Peabody’s stable vision of peace is the calming necessity for this time of change.

November 14, 2006

Group Show
November 14, 2006 – January 6, 2007
Woodward Gallery

Woodward Gallery is honored to represent their group of twelve in the exhibition, Gallery Artists ‘06 -’07.

Since 1994, Woodward Gallery has deeply appreciated these individual creative forces of art that affirm beauty and excellence.

Artists: Susan Breen, Deborah Claxton, Richard Hambleton, Sarah Hauser, Hiro Ichikawa, Mark Mastroianni, Margaret Morrison, Terence Netter, Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk, Louise Peabody, Cristina Vergano and Charles Yoder will be together for one, final exhibition at Woodward Gallery’s present New York location.

Anticipating a move from their SoHo home of thirteen years, Woodward Gallery will feature signature new work to emphasize the future direction the gallery artists will continue to blaze in New York. The original contemporary artwork by these Acclaimed Artists will offer variety from abstract to urban to figurative on paper and on canvas.

March 5, 2004

March 5 – April 30, 2004
Woodward Gallery

Woodward Gallery is delighted to premiere recent paintings by Artist Louise Peabody that challenge the conventions of feminine beauty.

Peabody’s paintings hover between the narrative and the purely visual. The naked body is shown as a topography of terrains that react to the variety of painted surroundings.
As a mature painter, Louise Peabody traverses the female form toting the strength of her brush and an unparalleled vision of contour. Her figures exude femininity, power and grace. They simultaneously express natural beauty with subtle reserve and introspection.

The Artist has a keen ability to place her subjects in a setting to elude your eyes. At first glance you may see an expanse of land, the horizon, or perhaps a tall structure. With deliberate juxtaposition of common items-blankets, curtains, beddings – she transforms her figures from landscape to nudescape.

Peabody’s “Nudescapes” engulf your gaze to sensual rounded lines and soft shapes. The journey is peaceful, provocative and an experience not to be missed.
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