Lisa P. Oswald of Hastings-On-Hudson is exhibiting a collection of her recent monotypes at Juniper Restaurant in Hastings-On-Hudson through April 15, 2012. The art on exhibit includes contemporary interpretations of the figure.
Oswald’s work presents a decidedly modern twist on the figure. Highly abstracted, somewhat ambiguous and often provocative, her work blurs the line between how we see ourselves versus the way others see us.
“While there are accepted notions of beauty and form, to my eye, there are infinite numbers of ways to represent the power, strength and spirit of women.”
The exhibit opened on Saturday, March 15 at Juniper at 575 Warburton Avenue in Hastings-On-Hudson, NY. For directions and hours, visit www.juniperhastings.com.
Oswald is an award-winning artist who has studied art and printmaking with master printers across the U.S. and Europe. Her works have been exhibited in more than 30 juried exhibitions, solo shows and invitationals over the past decade.
Monotypes are one-of-a-kind paintings on paper created on a printing press. For more information about the artist and her work, visit www.studiomonotype.com.