• WED
    1
    New Year's Day
  • THU
    2
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Thursday Jan 2
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • FRI
    3
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Friday Jan 3
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SAT
    4
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Saturday Jan 4
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SUN
    5
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Sunday Jan 5
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • MON
    6
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Monday Jan 6
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • TUE
    7
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Tuesday Jan 7
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • WED
    8
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Wednesday Jan 8
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • THU
    9
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Thursday Jan 9
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • FRI
    10
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Friday Jan 10
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SAT
    11
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Saturday Jan 11
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SUN
    12
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Sunday Jan 12
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • MON
    13
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Monday Jan 13
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • TUE
    14
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Tuesday Jan 14
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • WED
    15
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Wednesday Jan 15
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • THU
    16
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Thursday Jan 16
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • FRI
    17
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Friday Jan 17
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SAT
    18
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Saturday Jan 18
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SAT
    18
    A Concert by the Ithaca Community Chorus and Chamber singers

    Saturday Jan 18
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Ithaca
    402 N Aurora St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

     

    The Ithaca Community Chorus and Chamber Singers, directed by Gerald Wolfe, will give a concert featuring Handel's Dixit Dominus with soloists, Alison Wahl and Maggie McGuire, sopranos, Ivy Walz, alto, Dann Coakwell, tenor, and Steven Stull, bass.

     The concert is on Saturday January 18th at 7:30 pm at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Ithaca.

     Tickets: Adults: $20 in advance, $25 at the door; Students: $5; Groups of 10 or more $10 each; Children 12 and under: Free;

     Tickets and more information on-line at ACIthaca.org

     

     

  • SAT
    18

    Apple: Tree

    Saturday Jan 18
    8 pm - 10 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A rolling cabaret of song, art, and shifts in perspective.

    * an audience in roll-y chairs

    * Caitlin Mathes performing works from Baudelaire to Brecht, from Piaf to Björk

    * an immersive environment of large abstract paintings on mylar by Al Mathes

    * a piano on wheels, played and steered by Avedis Manoogian

    about the artist:
    Caitlin Mathes is a maker/ performer based in Ithaca, NY. After winning the 2011 Lotte Lenya Competition (Kurt Weill Foundation), this singer-actress has been creating characters on the operatic stage, and making memorable evenings in the cabaret world. Some of her past shows have included Wild Weill’d West (a western themed Kurt Weill show) and Une Fleur Pas Mal (Baudelaire texts set to music by Léo Ferré.)
    This show was created out of her admiration for her father’s art, and the hope that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    Saturday, Jan. 18 – 8pm

    Sunday, Jan. 19 – 8pm

    Thursday, Jan. 23 – 8pm

    Friday, Jan. 24 – 8pm

    Saturday, Jan. 25 – 8pm

  • SUN
    19
    Light snow
    19°/15°
  • SUN
    19
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Sunday Jan 19
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SUN
    19

    Apple: Tree

    Sunday Jan 19
    8 pm - 10 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A rolling cabaret of song, art, and shifts in perspective.

    * an audience in roll-y chairs

    * Caitlin Mathes performing works from Baudelaire to Brecht, from Piaf to Björk

    * an immersive environment of large abstract paintings on mylar by Al Mathes

    * a piano on wheels, played and steered by Avedis Manoogian

    about the artist:
    Caitlin Mathes is a maker/ performer based in Ithaca, NY. After winning the 2011 Lotte Lenya Competition (Kurt Weill Foundation), this singer-actress has been creating characters on the operatic stage, and making memorable evenings in the cabaret world. Some of her past shows have included Wild Weill’d West (a western themed Kurt Weill show) and Une Fleur Pas Mal (Baudelaire texts set to music by Léo Ferré.)
    This show was created out of her admiration for her father’s art, and the hope that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    Saturday, Jan. 18 – 8pm

    Sunday, Jan. 19 – 8pm

    Thursday, Jan. 23 – 8pm

    Friday, Jan. 24 – 8pm

    Saturday, Jan. 25 – 8pm

  • MON
    20
    Light snow
    19°/9°
  • MON
    20
    Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • MON
    20
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Monday Jan 20
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • TUE
    21
    Overcast skies
    19°/9°
  • TUE
    21
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Tuesday Jan 21
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • WED
    22
    Cloudy skies
    25°/12°
  • WED
    22
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Wednesday Jan 22
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • THU
    23
    Cloudy skies
    32°/18°
  • THU
    23
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Thursday Jan 23
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • THU
    23

    Apple: Tree

    Thursday Jan 23
    8 pm - 10 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A rolling cabaret of song, art, and shifts in perspective.

    * an audience in roll-y chairs

    * Caitlin Mathes performing works from Baudelaire to Brecht, from Piaf to Björk

    * an immersive environment of large abstract paintings on mylar by Al Mathes

    * a piano on wheels, played and steered by Avedis Manoogian

    about the artist:
    Caitlin Mathes is a maker/ performer based in Ithaca, NY. After winning the 2011 Lotte Lenya Competition (Kurt Weill Foundation), this singer-actress has been creating characters on the operatic stage, and making memorable evenings in the cabaret world. Some of her past shows have included Wild Weill’d West (a western themed Kurt Weill show) and Une Fleur Pas Mal (Baudelaire texts set to music by Léo Ferré.)
    This show was created out of her admiration for her father’s art, and the hope that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    Saturday, Jan. 18 – 8pm

    Sunday, Jan. 19 – 8pm

    Thursday, Jan. 23 – 8pm

    Friday, Jan. 24 – 8pm

    Saturday, Jan. 25 – 8pm

  • FRI
    24
    Overcast skies
    32°/24°
  • FRI
    24
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Friday Jan 24
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • FRI
    24

    Apple: Tree

    Friday Jan 24
    8 pm - 10 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A rolling cabaret of song, art, and shifts in perspective.

    * an audience in roll-y chairs

    * Caitlin Mathes performing works from Baudelaire to Brecht, from Piaf to Björk

    * an immersive environment of large abstract paintings on mylar by Al Mathes

    * a piano on wheels, played and steered by Avedis Manoogian

    about the artist:
    Caitlin Mathes is a maker/ performer based in Ithaca, NY. After winning the 2011 Lotte Lenya Competition (Kurt Weill Foundation), this singer-actress has been creating characters on the operatic stage, and making memorable evenings in the cabaret world. Some of her past shows have included Wild Weill’d West (a western themed Kurt Weill show) and Une Fleur Pas Mal (Baudelaire texts set to music by Léo Ferré.)
    This show was created out of her admiration for her father’s art, and the hope that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    Saturday, Jan. 18 – 8pm

    Sunday, Jan. 19 – 8pm

    Thursday, Jan. 23 – 8pm

    Friday, Jan. 24 – 8pm

    Saturday, Jan. 25 – 8pm

  • SAT
    25
    Light sleet
    35°/30°
  • SAT
    25
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Saturday Jan 25
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • SAT
    25

    Reset and Renew, a New Year's Intention Setting Workshop

    Saturday Jan 25
    1 pm - 3 pm

    Fine Spirit Studio

    Find your path towards transformation through a blend of warming and restorative yoga flows, breathwork, meditation, discussion and creative expression. During this journey inward you'll reset your intentions, explore yoga as self-care and leave feeling empowered and renewed. GET READY TO LIGHT UP THE WORLD!

    Fine Spirit Studio at 201 Dey St #202, Ithaca, NY 14850 .

     

    $25, book online at www.indigoskyyogacollective.com

  • SAT
    25

    Apple: Tree

    Saturday Jan 25
    8 pm - 10 pm

    The Cherry Artspace
    102 Cherry St, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

    A rolling cabaret of song, art, and shifts in perspective.

    * an audience in roll-y chairs

    * Caitlin Mathes performing works from Baudelaire to Brecht, from Piaf to Björk

    * an immersive environment of large abstract paintings on mylar by Al Mathes

    * a piano on wheels, played and steered by Avedis Manoogian

    about the artist:
    Caitlin Mathes is a maker/ performer based in Ithaca, NY. After winning the 2011 Lotte Lenya Competition (Kurt Weill Foundation), this singer-actress has been creating characters on the operatic stage, and making memorable evenings in the cabaret world. Some of her past shows have included Wild Weill’d West (a western themed Kurt Weill show) and Une Fleur Pas Mal (Baudelaire texts set to music by Léo Ferré.)
    This show was created out of her admiration for her father’s art, and the hope that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    Saturday, Jan. 18 – 8pm

    Sunday, Jan. 19 – 8pm

    Thursday, Jan. 23 – 8pm

    Friday, Jan. 24 – 8pm

    Saturday, Jan. 25 – 8pm

  • SUN
    26
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Sunday Jan 26
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • MON
    27
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Monday Jan 27
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • TUE
    28
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Tuesday Jan 28
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • WED
    29
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Wednesday Jan 29
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • THU
    30
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Thursday Jan 30
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.

  • FRI
    31
    Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: Horizons and Abstract Realities

    Friday Jan 31
    (All Day)

    Collegetown Bagels

    Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists, display their landscape artwork beginning January 3rd, 2020.

    Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s horizons offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses her photography on color, shape and light by creating landscape photographs that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit Rachelphilipson.com or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.

    Climate change enthusiast and color therapist, Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies to focus on paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Summer at Cayuga Lake” fluffy white clouds are reflected in pristine, calm water. The painting reflects life in the finger lakes before increasing heat waves and heavy downpours due to human-caused global warming pose a risk to agriculture and ecosystems. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. Stevens-Gupta goal is to inspire viewers to help protect and preserve our local resources. In another painting “Iceland” the artist uses iridescent stained glass and gold beads to depict an abstract aerial view of the island. The painting brings attention to the recent loss of a glacier and the possibility of many more melting on the subarctic island. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to Ivycreativedesigns.com or follow her on Instagram @ivystevensgupta.art.

    On view from January 3rd to January 31, 2020, at Collegetown Bagels, East Hill Plaza, 329 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY USA.






 
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