Morning Has Broken
February 12 - March 20, 2022
These works are a way of repairing, an offering and a form of prayer
They are a way of making sense of my life my loves and beliefs
They are about questioning and the acceptance of not knowing
They reflect my inner and outer life
They teach me and I follow
I cut up of old paintings,
the macro has become micro and
and past and present have merged
The familial and collective transitioning of the world
Piecing together a loved one’s psyche
Think of them as a cat. I cannot know their mind
I can offer saucers of milk
The work is complete when it has transcended the materials and a new presence is born
They are alive and ever changing
Barbara Laube lives and works in New York, NY. Morning Has Broken is her first exhibition with the gallery.
Previous exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art (NY), Painting Center (NY), Zurcher Gallery (NY), Wave Hill (NY), Vivid Space SD (CA), and 500x Gallery (TX), among many others. Her work will be included in an upcoming exhibition at LaGrange in Cernay Les Reims, France (A Slight Hiccup.) She is the recipient of many awards and honors including residencies at Woodstock Byrdcliffe and the Vermont Studio Center
Her work has been discussed in Two Coats of Paint and the Hudson Review.
Image is "Morning Has Broken," 2021. Oil on canvas. 5 x 4 inches.
View exhibition catalog here.
View exhibition checklist here.