Lee Boroson: Lunar Bower
May 26, 2011−May 2012
Lunar Bower converses with the profound physicality of Albert Pinkham Ryder’s paintings of silhouetted, moon-filled skies. Considering the ethereal glow of Ryder’s work, the Brooklyn-based artist imbues the ceiling of the Vradenburg Café with a moonlit mood. In Lunar Bower light is given a corporeal presence as it filters through the hanging sculpture made of felt and silk, and connects with the stained glass window above.

Opening reception tentatively planned for September 22, 2011