Structural Views, Crowds in Focus at Gallery 66 NY

Two exhibits will open at Gallery 66 NY Friday, July 5, with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m.: Structural Views, in Gallery A, featuring the works of Clare Lewis, Paul Bonnar and Ricardo Fuentes, very different artists who examine the structural relation to landscapes, and Crowds, an exhibition featuring works by Cali Gorevic and Suzanne Langle, in Gallery C.

Clare-LewisLewis uses stoneware, porcelain and the fibers in flocking to create soft, lush landscapes and structures. Bonnar is a civil engineer; his experience of working on large-scale projects is seen in his photography. He will be exhibiting for the first time his series China Rural Landscapes at Gallery 66 NY.

Fuentes will not only be exhibiting his work at Gallery 66 for the very first time, but for the first time in an art gallery. Fuentes is a former roboticist who transforms ordinary corrugated cardboard into a more dynamic form of sculpture, all without modifying the fundamental structure of the cardboard itself.

In Crowds, Gorevic examines a crowd of animals with an image of cows, and Langle presents a crowd of distorted human figures full of color.

Both exhibitions will run through July 28. Gallery 66 NY is located at 66 Main St. in Cold Spring. For further information, call 845-809-5838 or visit gallery66ny.com. Gallery hours are Thursday through Sunday, noon – 6 p.m.


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