Previous Shows: 2015: The Player's Dinner: Jaqueline Cedar
Jaqueline Cedar is an artist living and working in New York. She earned her M.F.A from Columbia University in 2009 and has been exhibiting extensively Nationally for the past five years. Most recently her work has been shown at Brian Morris Gallery, BAM, and Madelyn Jordon Fine Art in New York. Her work has been featured and reviewed in the Huffington Post, New American Paintings and The Painter's Table.
"Cedar’s Time in Thinking shows a nervous looking woman in a kitchen with nervous looking cabinets. She’s holding a knife but other daggers of the mind float in the air along with what are presumably the arms of an intruder. The whole picture exists in a soft atmosphere of light grey and white save for the beam of the flashlight she holds, which is a singing, stinging lemon yellow. Those knives find their corollary in the especially impressive Hike by Ethier. Opposing triangles in bands of saturated color are overlapped with a transparent herringbone pattern of brick shapes, all of which are wading in a sea of yellow at the bottom of the picture. Don’t even try and distinguish foreground from background, just let your eyes float through it."
-Paul Corio. September 7th, 2015