Friday, May 14, 2010


May 28, 2010, 6 – 9 pm.
The paintings will be on display until June 12, 2010.  CLICK HERE  for a PREVIEW.

North Carolina abstract-expressionist painter Ashlynn Browning is a recent addition to if ART Gallery. Applying vigorous and robust layering and brush work, her paintings center on line and its ability to convey emotional information. "Experimenting with different line qualities and layers," Browning says, "is an integral part of my process, which involves a lot of drawing." Browning is a recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant and has exhibited at New York’s CUE Foundation and Lincoln Center. Other recent exhibitions include those at Hallway Projects in San Francisco and Flanders Gallery in Raleigh, N.C. Browning has received grants and residency fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center, the United Arts Council and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts. Her work was featured in the 2009 Southern edition of New American Paintings. Browning was born in Charlotte, N.C., and lives in Raleigh.

For Ashlynn Browning's artist's statementCLICK HERE
For an April 21, 2010,  review on nc artblog of Browning's recent exhibition of new work at Horace Williams House in Chapel Hill, N.C., CLICK HERE. The exhibition presents Browning's most recent paintings; if ART Gallery will present works from 2007-2008 on May 28, 2010.
For a April 11, 2010,  Raleigh News and Observer article about Browning, CLICK HERE.
For 2007 review on IndieWeek.comCLICK HERE.

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