Dusty Boynton: Paintings, Works on Paper, and Mixed MediaNovember 6 - December 20, 2015
November 6th- December 22nd, 2015
Opening Reception: November 6, 6-8pm
Townhill School, Pierre S. DuPont Arts Center
Denise Bibro Fine Art in Chelsea NYC, is pleased to announce Dusty Boynton’s solo show Dusty Boynton: Paintings, Works on Paper, and Mixed Media at the Pierre S. DuPont Arts Center Gallery at the Tower Hill School at 2813 West 17th street in Wilmington, Delaware.
Boynton’s works are jam packed with gestural energy and emotive content. They are spontaneous and raw, and paint flows across the canvas with wanton feeling and impulse. Whether it is paint on canvas or on paper, her works are layered with meaning.
These current works still have accents of the Boynton inner child, but now they delve into deeper waters of a different, ferocious verisimilitude. Still the tireless maverick mark maker, Boynton approaches her work with a sense of intimacy and transparency; conveying the raw demeanor and unpredictability of her subjects that we all relate to. As Critic Donald Kuspit notes in his essay, “Boynton’s works are as timeless and fresh as ever: the inner child remains alive and well in her art. Integrating fantasy and purity, Boynton produces memorable works evocative of memories that run deep in all of us.”
Before exhibiting with Denise Bibro Fine Art, Chelsea, NYC, Boynton showed at Littlejohn Contemporary, New York, NY; Gallery Jupiter, Little Silver, NJ; and Steffany Martz Gallery, New York, NY. Selected group exhibitions include In The Garden at Barbara Krakow in Boston, MA; New Prints, 2002 at the International Print Center, New York, NY; Book, Box, Word, Volume II at the University of of Florida and North Miami Contemporary Art Center. Her work has been reviewed in ArtForum, Modern Painters, ArtNews, Art in America, The New York Times, Arts Magazine, New Art Examiner, Modern Painters, Architectural Digest, and The Wall Street Journal. Boynton’s work was also featured in the film, “Remember Me” with Robert Pattinson.