NOVEMBER 22 THROUGH DECEMBER 22
The moon is nearly 239,000 miles from Dallas. Singley’s idiosyncratic conjoining of the events in Dallas with the exploration of space is the subject matter of this provocative new body of work.
He employs an unusual technique of collage and oil paint on the 10 smaller canvases. Familiar images in the collages are painted into entirely new contexts, stirring up memories and visions, intermittingly searing and elusive. The reality of past and future is thrust into question.
George Singley’s work has been seen in a number of venues in New York, including Exit Art, the Ellen Stragow Gallery, and M-13 Gallery. He has been a regular contributor at ART 101 since his one-man show in 2008.
ART 101 is located at 101 Grand Street between Berry and Wythe in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn and is open from 1 to 6 Friday through Sunday or by appointment — 718-302-2242. The gallery is wheelchair accessible. www.art101brooklyn.com
L/G to Lorimer / Metropolitan stop, walk west on Metropolitan
past underpass, make left on Havemeyer and take 1st right
onto Hope Street. Gallery is a half block up Hope Street.