Review from OTI Hamptons Art + Design Issue 2017:
The genesis of Liz Sloan’s “5D” (five dimensional) anthology, pulsates with mystery and vibrancy, nurturing, interlocking and counteracting the sphere of activity with a constancy of transformation throughout its notation of interaction, like a ring without a beginning or end. Sloan’s “Tinntinnabuli” is characterized in the versatility of material choices and in the accompaniment of her intuitive cyclical arrangements, thickness in the depth of universal manifestation and lightness in her artistic existentialism.
LIZ SLOAN’S BOOK OF RINGS
QUOGUE GALLERY SPEARHEADS HAMPTONS RISING STAR AT ART BASEL
Liz Sloan is a Hampton based artist whose introspective addresses concepts of self realization and enlightenment. The artist’s calls her collective, Ki Path, tapping the Japanese notion of the active life spirit that imbues the work with its elemental energy.
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Sloan’s aesthetic skillfully combines this Asian source with touchstones of European and American Modernism,
HAMPTONS ART HUB REVIEW by Charles A. Riley II:
Liz Sloan Works Create a Clockwork Fantasy at Quogue Gallery
Quogue Gallery is pleased to share the following excerpt fromHamptons Art Hub’s art review of our current show, LIZ SLOAN |KI PATH on view through September 29th:
“East meets West in the beguiling sculpture, collages, paintings and wall reliefs by Liz Sloan currently on view in “Liz Sloan: Ki Path” at Quogue Gallery.
“Continuing its exploration of the expressionist masters that made New York the post-war center of the art world, Quogue Gallery will spotlight the remarkable career of Vincent Pepi in a survey of the vibrant paintings and watercolors he made from 1949 through 1996. “Vincent Pepi: Over 50 Years of Painting” will be on view at the gallery at 44 Quogue Street from June 16 to July 14, 2016, with an Artist’s Reception scheduled on the artist’s 90th birthday,
Quogue Gallery is pleased to share the following excerpt from Hamptons Art Hub‘s art review of our current show, JAY MILDER I NOAH’S ARK – MANY VIEWS, on view through June 15th: “Through the years, expressionism has often tapped into the tragic vein. The artist Jay Milder, meanwhile, has always gone the other way. His buoyant paintings and works on paper, now brightening the airy Quogue Gallery in “Jay Milder-Noah’s Ark: Many Visions,”
Quogue Gallery is pleased to share the following excerpt from Hampton Art Hub‘s art review of our current show, ARTHUR PINAJIAN (1914 – 1999) | WORKS ON PAPER, on view through December 31st:
“Before they make a movie out of the Arthur Pinajian story, there is time to contemplate his merits as a painter and thinker in an exuberant exhibition at the Quogue Gallery that focuses on brightly toned works on paper and tosses in a handful of oil paintings for heft.
Quogue Gallery is pleased to share the following excerpts from Hamptons Art Hub’s art review of our current shows, PIETER GREEFF | FACES OF THE SEA and MARSHALL CROSSMAN | WATER’S EDGE, on view through September 30th:
“For me, the smell of oil paint is the first sign I am about to enjoy some time viewing art. Top notes of linseed oil and Grumbacher are currently mingling with the illusion of salt air at the Quogue Gallery,
Quogue Gallery is pleased to share the following excerpts from Hamptons Art Hub’s artreview of our current shows, HOLLAND CUNNINGHAM | THE CHRYSTIE PAINTINGS and BARBARA VAUGHN | OPTASIA, on view through July 20th:
“A double exhibition at the utterly charming, spacious and sunlit Quogue Gallery of tender paintings by Holland Cunningham and knockout, large-scale photographs by Barbara Vaughn offers the perfect beach-season reminder of art‘s aqueous origins.”
We are pleased to share Hamptons Art Hub’s in-depth art review of our current exhibition Raymond Hendler: “A Deeper Poetry.” Following is an excerpt from “Sampling Art History – Raymond Hendler at Quogue Gallery”:
“…Hendler is belatedly taking his proper place in the pantheon of those with whom he pioneered a major chapter of modern art. “
We are pleased to share Hamptons Art Hub’s in-depth art review. Read the full review: “Susan Vecsey – Convergence of Form, Color and Space”. Following is an excerpt:
“Inspired by painters like Paul Cezanne, Henri Matisse, Mark Rothko, Milton Avery and Helen Frankenthaler – all of whom explored the variance of tonality on limited compositional formats – Vecsey creates work that is filled with ideas about arrangement,