Paintings by Marjorie Moskowitz
643 Project Space is pleased to exhibit the work of artist Marjorie Moskowitz in her solo exhibition, “Drivebye.” Ms. Moskowitz’ work is about the fleeting memory, of an observer, of places that will never be experienced again in the same way as they are seen in that precise moment. Ms. Moskowitz states that, “ from this point of view the painting can begin and evolve into something new with its own identity. These works are much less visually literal as they are sensual recollections.” Ms. Moskowitz started this body of paintings in 2015. She observed that they create a sometimes volatile experience that rise from a momentary, transient observation. Working with photographic images, which she quickly shot on location or while driving by, become the point of departure. Frequent travels across the country from California to the summer studio in Maine have offered the opportunity to witness varying landscape, diverse qualities of light, stirring and compelling skies, changing weather and color palettes.
Marjorie Moskowitz received her Masters of Fine Art from Washington University, St. Louis, MO, and has exhibited her work in numerous galleries and exhibitions across the United States. Please join us for a reception to celebrate the opening of Ms. Moskowitz’ exhibition on Friday, October 6, 6-9:00pm at 643 Project Space in Ventura.
Gallery hours are by appointment, so please call 805-907-5100, in order to schedule an appointment
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