Green Kill 2021 March Exhibition
The Green kill 2021 March Exhibition features Evan Lindorff-Ellery, Dorothea Osborn, and Michelle Tommasi.
The Green kill 2021 March Exhibition features Evan Lindorff-Ellery, Dorothea Osborn, and Michelle Tommasi. The opening party is on Saturday March 6, 2021, from 5 to 7 PM.
The exhibition runs from Saturday, March 6, 2021 to Saturday, March 27, 2021. Exhibition hours are from 3-5:30 PM, Tuesday through Saturday. You may make special appointments by calling 347-689-2323.
New Normal health concerns are a primary. The customary Green Kill opening of beverages with finger foods will be covered for protection. If you wish to come on opening day, please understand that 10 people are permitted in the gallery at one time, that all attendees must were face masks, and we will us a “Non-Contact Infrared Digital Thermometer” and “Pulse Oximeter Blood Oxygen Level Monitor” for screening. There were be outside seating for your convenience. Green Kill is equipped with a heat pump so the air is constantly refreshed and the space is, as always, sanitized.
Evan Lindorff-Ellery is a visual and sound artist based in Kingston NY, from Vermont. Working in abstract mixed media with a focus on charcoal. Co-owner of Notice Recordings, est 2009.
Ms. Osborn is a visual artist, from a miniscule rural town in upstate NY, currently living and working just outside of Albany, NY, in an area called: ‘Trollsville”.Under a bridge and next to a creek. Ms. Osborn’s recent body of work ranges from hybrid pieces, using oils, mixed media and sculptural materials. She generally commences a piece by using imagery from life or memory of everyday experiences while also incorporating themes of spirituality, dichotomies, time, and the Anthropocene. Consequently, her work blurs the boundaries of representation and abstraction.
Dorothea Osborn received her MFA from the State University of New York at New Paltz, Magna cum Laude. She has exhibited at the University of Michigan, Albany Center Gallery, The Fountain in NYC, The Hudson Mohawk Regional, The Albany Institute of History and Art, and many others venues. A complete CV is available upon request.
In addition to exhibiting widely, Ms. Osborn has also taught painting and drawing extensively. She is currently employed at various venues teaching art. She has taught at MassMOCA, Art Omi, Ghost Ranch, NM, The State University of New York at New Paltz, Atelier at Arlene’s, and the other institutions. She has given lectures at the Opalka Gallery, Albany, NY, Capital Region Teachers Center. She has been awarded several New York State Foundation on the Arts awards, best in show numerous times, Arts awards, best in show numerous times, and has been the spotlight artist in various on-line publications including Gambling the Aisle and the Rising Artist. She was also awarded an Arts, letters and Numbers, Vermont Studio Center, Joshua Tree, Ca. and Chateau Orquevaux, France residencies.
As a visual artist, my work is an evolution and exploration of materials and various themes, and is always derived from a visceral attempt to communicate these moments of research.Each piece serves as field notes, so to speak, weaved with automatic mark-making. This current body of work was informed by the disorienting effects of the pandemic paralleled to those in refugee camps, in exile, a 16th C explorer on the high seas, a teen individuating themselves through secret doodles. Whether mental, emotional or physical, how does one mark their existence in foreign territories?