>Exhibition: Nature in Black and White
Monday, April 22, 2019
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
This event repeats every weekday between 3/14/2019 and 5/31/2019.
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Artworks depicting themes of nature are often full of color, striving to stay true to and capture the natural world’s kaleidoscope of vibrant hues: lush greenery, clear blue skies, and verdant flowers. In “Nature in Black and White,” six artists take natural subject matter and depict it using reserved tones of black, white, and grey, revealing intricate forms and details through the absence of color. Works in the show range from pencil drawings and oil paint, to cut paper and cast plaster.
Artists included are Tatiana Arocha, Marna Chester, Tom Monsees, Sarah Myers, Amy Ross, and Alexandria Tarver.
The exhibition is on display through May 31. This exhibition is FREE and open to the public. Closed on holidays.
Image: Amy Ross, Luminous Wanderer, 2017, Charcoal on paper, image courtesy of the artist.
Directions to Central Park
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- GETTIN’ “WREATHY” WITH IT! NYC PARKS’ ANNUAL WREATH INTERPRETATIONS EXHIBIT ON VIEW THROUGH THE NEW YEAR
- Central Park Spring Blooms: Conservatory Garden Tour
- Central Park Youth Basketball Clinic
- City Parks Foundation Presents Puss In Boots at the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre
- Central Park Tour: Iconic Views of Central Park
- Central Park Tour: Hallett Nature Sanctuary and the Pond
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