Voltz Clarke Gallery is presenting a solo-exhibition of recent paintings by multi-media artist, Holland Cunningham, that explore the ever-evolving narrative of collective experience. Interested in the fleeting nature of time and how moments hold a universal sensibility, the artist's latest series evokes a dialectical play of transitory moments.
Cunningham's work draws inspiration from the furtive strokes of Abstract Expressionism and is characterized by classical compositions that speak to her own passions for plein air painting. A collector of discarded photography, Cunningham sees her work and images as something still forming rather than being frozen in time.
Born in Virginia 1967, Cunningham was educated at the University of Virginia where she studied art history and studio art. She continued her studies at the Art Students League and National Academy of Art and Design and at the Bau Insititute in Puglia, Italy. She currently resides in New York City.
Holland Cunningham's work is on view at Voltz Clarke Gallery (141 East 62nd) from April - May 2016.