Exploring Color

July 5th — August 30th

Madeleine Segall-Marx is a sculptor, and a painter. Her 10-year art project, which addresses listening to the enemy as an alternative to waging war, is now installed at the barn at WaveCrest, in Hyde Park. It consists of 25 works, paired with 25 personal stories from people caught in war. She has been an instructor of figurative sculpture, and began her career casting series of works in bronze. She now works in myriad mediums, and has devoted a considerable amount of her attention and time to painting. From 1999 to 2002 she was president of the National Association of Women Artists, where she initiated several significant partnerships between NAWA and humanitarian organizations, including UNIFEM (resulting in an exhibition of 400 miniature works at the UN), the First Amendment Center, the National Coalition Against Censorship, the Feminist Majority, the New York Women’s Agenda and other groups. This exhibition is a survey of paintings spanning several decades, which explore color through landscape, abstraction, and figuration.

Artist Reception: July 13, 5-7pm 

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Montgomery Row Art Exhibition Space is located on the 2nd floor of Montgomery Row at 6423 Montgomery Street. Enter from Montgomery Street (stairs only) or Montgomery Row parking lots (elevator & stairs). Open M-F 9am-6pm, Sat 8am- 6pm, & Sun 8am-3pm, excluding holidays. Artist receptions are open to the public. Art is for sale unless otherwise noted. To purchase art, please contact artist directly. Sign up to receive notice of upcoming art exhibits. Artists interested in exhibiting, please contact us.