Jennifer Moses: Ghost not Ghost

February 27-March 31, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, March 1, 2019, 5:00-8:00 pm

  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost Sky, Oil on Wood Panel, 24 x 22 inches, 2008-2019.

    Ghost Sky
  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost Skipping Along, Oil on Wood Panel, 22 x 20 inches, 2008-2019.

    Ghost Skipping Along
  • Jennifer Moses

    Under A Cloud, Oil on Wood Panel, 22 x 18 inches, 2008-2018.

    Under A Cloud
  • Jennifer Moses

    Ghost of Carpaccio, Oil on Wood Panel, 22 x 18 inches, 2004-2018.

    Ghost of Carpaccio
  • Jennifer Moses

    Lion, Mixed Media Collage, 60 x 60 inches, 2018.

    Lion
  • Jennifer Moses

    Loping, Mixed Media Collage, 30 x 38 inches, 2018.

    Loping
  • Jennifer Moses

    Protest, Ink on Paper, 23 x 29 inches (framed), 2018.

    Protest
  • Jennifer Moses

    Walking and Thinking, Ink on Paper, 23 x 29 inches (framed), 2018.

    Walking and Thinking

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Press Release
Brodrick, Emily, " Jennifer Moses: Ghost not Ghost." Kingston Blog, March 13, 2019.

Paintings and large-scale wall collages by Jennifer Moses in Ghost not Ghost energize the walls of the gallery with edginess and fervor. Wry wit and figurative hauntings weave in and out of the frame as Moses uses the ghosts of paintings past as a point of departure for paintings present. Sometimes recognizable and sometimes abstract, her current series radiates with fragments of color and shape that interact with her sanded and scraped canvasses. Her collages are made from fragments creating an ephemeral world of colliding forms; imagery glimpsed and imagery blocked. Unbound by the canvas edge, and free of the traditions of oil painting, her collages provide visual respite from the excavated and worked painted surfaces, allowing viewers to access the visual elements in a non-linear path.



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