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Portals of Perception
November 23 - December 14, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 2, 2010, 6-8 pm

When We Were Young and Had No Worries   Oil on Canvas   24" x 36"
In an exuberant world of atmospheric color, Marina Reiter conjures intriguing biomorphic forms into existence. Often connected by intersecting lines and hashes, these creatures float in perpetual congress. Their smooth shapes give the impression of three-dimensional depth, heightened by the soft flatness of her shimmering pastel backgrounds. Careful balance of color and form ensures a harmony throughout the composition. For Reiter, the connections are important – this is the way that humans and emotions interact – as she says, “We enter this world to reach out and connect. We are not bound by space and time”. Her paintings are a celebration of everything that unties us and pulls us apart. Heavily influenced by the work of Wassily Kandinsky, her pieces channel the spirit of Surreal abstraction and Constructionist.  However, Reiter’s works are infinitely accessible, allowing her to affect her public directly through the work.

Marina Reiter works passionately and constantly strives for perfection in her work. Born in Moscow, Russia, she currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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