NEW YORK—“Raw Spaces,” Lisa Lebofsky‘s show at Milavek Hakimi Gallery, features hazy, overcast images of nature in tones of white, charcoal gray and slate-blue. The artist lives in New York but found inspiration when she traveled to Antarctica and Newfoundland. Her paintings, depicting bare-branched trees, tidal water and snowy landscapes, are distinguished by her technique and medium. Using oil paint on sanded aluminum, the works convey muted moments of cold, periods of winter, pure natural beauty.
The exhibit is on view from Feb. 23 to March 31, 2012.
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