by Linda Ganus Albulescu
Linda Ganus Albulescu
In this group of symbolist landscapes, I am exploring the ways in which their manipulated color notes can act as metaphors for the way we are experiencing the world around us, and as chromatic keys to unlock our memories and stimulate our emotions.
My work owes a debt to many past and present masters of representational art, although it is the result of a search for a modern and personal response to those masters and their traditions. The imagery in my work is usually recognizable and taken from everyday life and observation; at the same time, it is often framed in unexpected ways.
Linda Ganus Albulescu exhibits regularly in the NYC area and is a member of Pictor Gallery in Chelsea. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, an MA in History from Lehigh University, and a B. Mus in Flute Performance from the University of Michigan. Engaged with our relationship to Nature as well as the nature of our relationships, her work delves into the sublime and the uncanny through a variety of media: drawing, painting, photography, video, music, and sound. Linda has done commissioned work in all media. Please contact her at the following email:
part of “Beauties and Beasts,” a group show currently at Pleiades Gallery, 530 W. 25th St., New York, NY. November 23 – Dec. 21, 2019.
A meditation on Lewis Carroll’s/John Tenniel’s iconic illustrated poem, “Jabberwocky.”
The slayer is a girl. The slayer is Alice. The slayer is all of us.
Philip Guston and his “Poor Richard” drawings
a short documentary on fine artist Philip Guston and his satirical drawings of Richard Nixon.
Classical composer portraits
Linda Ganus Albulescu & Eugene Albulescu
Pleiades Gallery: two solo exhibitions
multimedia works (photography, video, drawing and painting)
meditations on lightwaves, sound waves, and memory.
530 W. 25th St #406, New York, NY. 10001 Gallery Hours: Tue – Sat, 11 – 6
May 14 – June 8 2019 • reception May 18 from 3 – 6
Here is a video link to my fantasy-meditation on Coleridge’s “Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” premiered in July 2018 at both the New York Studio School in NYC and the Nurture Nature Center in Easton, PA.