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Clarity Haynes

Elizabeth Insogna | Posted 03.15.2015 | Arts
Elizabeth Insogna

Clarity Haynes studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts before earning her MFA in painting from Brooklyn College, CUNY. Her work has been widely exhibited, most recently at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in Manhattan, and Life on Mars Gallery in Bushwick.

Hein Koh

Elizabeth Insogna | Posted 10.04.2014 | Arts
Elizabeth Insogna

'Categorizing is typically how people try to make sense of the world, but I think it's a very limiting perspective. In that way, I think of my work as a utopian language, where dualities can co-exist and boundaries are blurred. '

Lisi Raskin's Mutual Immanence

Elizabeth Insogna | Posted 07.13.2014 | Arts
Elizabeth Insogna

"Mutual Immanence," a show of paintings by Lisi Raskin at Churner and Churner gallery, are works that bare a subtle vibrance and power piece by piece. The informal vibrant play of color and shape give way to a balance which strikes in simplicity and then drops into deeper content.

Kako Ueda

Elizabeth Insogna | Posted 04.14.2014 | Arts
Elizabeth Insogna

"Faces," is impressed upon my mind the way an initiatory dream image may brazenly etch itself along the edges of the unconscious to make itself known and remembered.

In Conversation With Kathy Goodell

Elizabeth Insogna | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Elizabeth Insogna

It's as if you're confronting yourself every time, but a self well aware of their major and minor arcana -- ones intertwined in the forces of free will and fate and the natural abyss that occurs at the crossroads

Fluid Fire

Elizabeth Insogna | Posted 08.12.2013 | Arts
Elizabeth Insogna

Battle Armor is the current exhibition at Churner and Churner Gallery of new paintings by Karen Heagle. The works move fluidly through real subjects expanding the realm of Queer Fantasy in space and firing the imagination in every subtle stroke.

The Gray Ways

Elizabeth Insogna | Posted 07.02.2013 | Arts
Elizabeth Insogna

Eigengrau is up through May 19th at Storefront Bushwick run by artist Deborah Brown and is a two person exhibition with the work of Frank Webster and Lauren Seiden. The project space complements the show with the work of Jolynn Krystosek.