SOHO20 presents: Patricia Espinosa and Lannie Hart

We have an exciting new show coming up at the gallery, featuring the work by Patricia Espinosa and Lannie Hart!

At the heart of Espinosa’s work and practice is a desire to strike a balance between natural dualities and to understand both the interconnectedness and contrasting nature of these elements. Espinosa employs unconventional techniques and materials in her work to disrupt the canonical nature often found in contemporary art. Used either directly in the work or as a tool to facilitate her practice, items such as bubble wrap, coffee stirrers, ping pong balls, hoops, and various household objects play an important part in Espinosa’s creative process.

In all of Lannie Hartʼs latest work, she continues to explore the image of women and how they are perceived by society as portrayed in myth and legend. The paintings are oil and collage on different surfaces with fabricated brass and aluminum frames. The sculptures consist of different fabricated metals, polymer clay and found objects.

The show is up from March 26 - April 19, 2013

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 28th, 6-8pm

For more information, visit our website at: http://soho20gallery.com/

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