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who love to run around Lower Manhattan eating, going to movies and plays, listening to music, taking pictures, and sharing all the dish

Winter in New York

by Ellen Bradshaw
A small works show of intimate scenes of New York in oil, capturing the quiet beauty of the winter season.

New York neighborhoods - from the streets of lower Manhattan, the Seaport and Financial district, into Tribeca and the West Village, from the Flatiron to Grand Central Station and up Fifth Avenue to St Patrick’s Cathedral - are transformed in winter, whether by snow or sparkling lights beckoning us in from the bitter cold.
The lights of the season sparkle more brilliantly at this time of year in the long hours of darkness. And within the constantly changing city, the timeless feel of an old-fashioned snowfall slows the pace to a crawl. Time stands still as within a child’s snowglobe. A captured moment. A series of small moments captured in time. New York everyday moments, ordinary perhaps, yet recorded and framed in silver and gold, for it is these small moments, heartbreaking in their ordinariness, that make up a lifetime in New York.

This is my celebration of Winter in New York.

My work was influenced by the realism of the Ashcan painters, as well as the sense of color and atmosphere explored by the Impressionists.

I have lived in Lower Manhattan for 20 years with her husband, Joe, a willing accomplice in a New York blizzard.

Winter in New York

Artist Receptions: Thursday, November 30 5-8 PM

Saturday, December 2 3-6 PM

November 28 - December 16, 2006

Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat 11-6 PM or by appointment, 212.233.0274

PLEIADES GALLERY, 530 West 25 St, 4th floor



Blogger elsbrad said...

Show Info:

530 West 25 St, 4th floor
NY, NY 10038

646 230 0056

11/05/2006 10:16 AM  

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