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Rosalyn A. Engelman, Soul Memories



The Opening of
Soul Memories
An Exhibition of Paintings by
Rosalyn A. Engelman
National Arts Club
January 16, 2009

The National Arts Club will present Soul Memories by multi-award winning artist Rosalyn Engelman.  The exhibition opens with a private reception Friday, January 16th, 2009, from 6 to 8pm. In addition to new works, the show will include the installation Dry Tears and a selection of paintings lent by collectors.
Who: Rosalyn Engelman, an Abstract Expressionist, has been exhibiting her artwork, beginning at five years old with a show in the family dining room.  She turned to sculpture about the same time.  Growing up Engelman knew that art would be the major thrust of her life.  She enrolled in the art program at CCNY.  She received a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies and Asian Art from the University of Rochester. Spring 2008, Ms. Engelman had the distinction of having simultaneous solo exhibitions in New York City at Gallery 440, SoHo, and at the Hebrew Union College Museum.  Earlier in the year, she exhibited at the Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi. She participated in the 2007 Biennale Intemazionale Dell’Arte Contemporanea-Citie di Firenze and has been invited to return for the 2009 exhibition.

When:     Friday, January 16, 2009 – 6 to 8pm

Where:  National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York City   (212.475.3424)

Dress:     In compliance with the policy of The National Arts Club, please do not wear denim clothing.


In the words of the artist: “These paintings mirror the passage of time. They are painted to music, and the brushstrokes have their tempo. Often incandescent hues flicker and shine as stasis and motion co-exist as the viewer moves.”

In 2005, Charlotta Kotik, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum described Rosalyn Engelman as “the painter’s painter.”  In analyzing Engelman’s work, Mrs. Kotik wrote, “She does not set out to paint a specific scene; rather, through an uncanny understanding of the given features of a specific place, such as the quality of light or the predominance of a particular color, she confronts us with the visualization of the precise effect of that place.”

Ed McCormack, Gallery & Studio magazine wrote about Echo Sonata, “Standing before Engelman’s huge canvases, one almost has the feeling of being present at that precise moment in the history of civilization when form morphed into sign and written language was born.”  
Michel Cox Witmer, Board Member of The European Fine Art Fair: “Her paintings convey the spectacular combination of serious, stimulating depth while retaining a sense of meaningful beauty.

Note: The exhibition will be on view until February 13th. Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Fridays: 10-12pm and 3-5pm. Tuesdays: 2 5pm


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