Monday, June 9, 2008

Ted Zourntos and Jason Gringler at Sloan Fine Art

Ted Zourntos

Sloan Fine Art opens another great show this Wednesday, June 11 (reception is from 7 to 9). The work of Ted Zourntos is the attraction in the main gallery, while Jason Gringler shows in the project room. Mr. Zourntos paints what he refers to as "intuitive landscapes," representing more a psychological plane than an entirely physical one. The paintings appear as images that have been abstracted beyond recognition, but somehow still leave the viewer with the sense of place, but place "born of imagination" not necessarily of memory or observation, according to the artist.

Mr. Gringler takes the definition of Mixed Media to a new level. His works are made of multiple layers of mirror, spray paint, tape and Plexiglas, all fused together to create an abstract, tactile work that "exposes [the artist] while drawing the his audience into endless personal reflection."

Both of these shows run though July 12th, but much of the work at Sloan Fine Art sells out early, so you'll want to contact them quickly if you're interested in buying a piece.

Jason Gringler

Ted Zourntos - "Outward is Inward" at Sloan Fine Art

Jason Gringler at Sloan Fine Art

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