Opening Reception: Sunday, February 7th, 3:00 - 5:00 PM All are welcome!
For the month of February, the Piermont Library will exhibit the vibrantly colored paintings of Nyack resident Brett DePalma. DePalma lived, worked, and taught in New York City from the early 1980's, exhibiting with artists such as Keith Haring, Jean Michel Basquiat, and Kiki Smith. He has taught art at the School of Visual Arts, Princeton University, and an Aids Day Treatment Clinic in New York. DePalma describes his work as, "visual puzzles of a sardonic, satirical, psychedelic, arcane nature with a psycho-social synthesis. Once solved, they reveal images conjuring familiar universal truths, found in everything from nature to music and ultimately reaching to the human condition."
Please join us for this inspiring exhibition!