Edward Lentsch “Reaching to the Other Side,” mixed media on canvas. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY
Stephane Gubert “Love, Love,” acrylic on canvas. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY
Fringe “Superman,” mixed media. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY
Chad Knight “Blood of My Blood,” digital image. COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY
Greg Lotus "Work." COURTESY THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY
The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton is currently presenting “Spark,” an exhibition that opened January 21 and runs through March 19, featuring more than 20 artists.
“Passionate, provocative and ready to ignite is our first exhibit of 2023,” said Andrea McCafferty and Kat O’Neill, gallery co-owners and directors, in a statement. “Is she climbing in or out of that car? Where have those lips been? Superman? Is that you? What’s a flamingo doing in the Hamptons? And yes, there is also the theme of love with vibrant hues of pinks and reds to commemorate the dreaded or highly anticipated V-Day. Now we know for some, February 14 evokes images of mass, unnecessary commercialism but this exhibit says ignore all that and celebrate the spark. That feeling of life, renewed energy, laughter and beauty. The power of art is how it can awaken something in you. Of course, everybody’s fuse is different. But isn’t that the point?”
The artists participating in the show include: Russell Young, Rock Therrien, Punk Me Tender, Markus Klinko, Dave White, Chad Knight, Nelson De La Nuez, Craig Alan, Stephane Gubert, Greg Lotus, Greg Miller, Steve Zaluski, Edward Lentsch, Lynn Savarese, Bob Tabor, John Joseph Hanright, Seek One, Fringe, Robert Georgio and others.
The White Room Gallery is at 2415 Montauk Highway, Main Street, Bridgehampton. For more information, visit thewhiteroom.gallery.
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