New York Revealed, Stirring the Melting Pot – a new exhibition by Marian Osher
Reception: Thursday March 3, 2016 6 – 8 PM
Exhibition Dates: March 1 thru March 26, 2016
547 West 27th Street, Suite 201, New York, NY 1000
(between 10th and 11 Avenue in Chelsea)
Hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat 12 – 6 pm, Thurs 12 -8 pm
Ceres Gallery is pleased to present New York Revealed, Stirring the Melting Pot, an exhibition of mixed-media paintings by Marian Osher.
“It is the blending of cultures that gives New York its character. In these troubling times of controversy about immigration, it is especially important to remember that our families were once immigrants too.” Osher says, as she stirs the melting pot with this exhibition of colorful paintings that share her explorations of Manhattan.
Just about everything about New York fascinates Osher—diverse cultures, ethnic foods, a treasure trove of little known landmarks, neighborhoods, parks, industry, city walls, even the trash (and there is a lot of it). Osher is a Maryland artist and frequent traveler to New York who loves exploring the city.
What makes New York such an extraordinary city is that it continues to draw people from all over the world. Cultural diversity makes this city vibrant, flavorful and exciting. And remember that it was a cafe in New York that was the first to serve cappuccino in America!
Marian Osher is a painter, printmaker, mixed-media artist and private art instructor. New York Revealed is her 22nd solo show, and her fifth solo show in New York. Her artwork has been shown in numerous group exhibitions in the U.S., as well as international shows in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, India, Italy, Moscow, and Shanghai.