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Saturday, June 06, 2009

Sunday afternoon opening at Kehler Liddell Gallery

Kehler Liddell Gallery
873 Whalley Ave., New Haven, (203) 389-9555
No Constraints: Emilia Dubicki & Edith Borax Morrison
Through July 5, 2009
Artist Reception: Sun., June 7, 3—6 p.m.

Press release

Emilia Dubicki's paintings are inspired by nature and abstraction seen in the environment. The work contains a visual blurring between the physical or material world and a more personal world of mind and spirit. Dubicki joins what can be seen with what is felt and imagined—allowing the outer world to serve as metaphor for her internal landscapes.

Edith Borax Morrison identifies with the mythological mortal Arachne, who -condemned for her great skills - is transformed into an endlessly weaving spider. Borax Morrison is compelled, pen in hand, to endlessly weave configurations of free flowing images. "Pen weaving" from blank page, a process that generates and defines her work, she maintains access to the unconscious alongside constant assessment of composition and emotional response.

No Constraints defines an attitude, a self motivating creative directive and its results. Neither artist is without structure or intention in their abstract images. Still, Dubicki and Borax Morrison revel in a certain freedom. Unstressed discipline, intellectual curiosity, and a joyful compulsion to work are evident in this exhibition of abstract art.

There will be an artist reception on Sun., June 7, 3-6 p.m. Gallery Admission and Reception are free.

There will be Artist Talks with Emilia Dubicki and Edith Borax Morrison on Thurs., June 18, at 7 p.m. Meet the artists and join the conversation!

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