Press Release  May 13, 2021

Gilda Oliver in New Art Closet Gallery Show Curious Figurations

Courtesy Gilda Oliver.

Gilda Oliver, Detail of Floating Time Dimensions, April 2021. This NFT will be listed soon at GILDAOLIVER on OpenSea. 
 

The Gilda Oliver artistic team, Marc and Gil Oliver are Baltimore-based painters, sculpture, and digital computer mixed media artists. Gil Oliver is a graduate of Alfred University & Cranbrook Academy of Art. Marc Oliver is a self-taught artist. They are internationally exhibited and recognized artists. With extensive experience of longstanding commitment to community & transformational art projects, the Olivers are showing—at the upcoming Curious Figurations group show, Art Closet Gallery, Chappaqua New York, opening May 21, 2021—oversized sculptures of heads that convey graceful images of Mother Earth imagined in a human form.

Courtesy Gilda Oliver.

Invitation for Curious Figurations featuring Gilda Oliver at The Art Closet Gallery.

Although there are variations every large head still has this basic essence about it. They are also showing Mixed Media and digital collages. Their paintings and mixed media feature portraits combine a sculptural formalism with digital freedom. Evident is a playfulness that mixes fantasy and documentary realism. Mixing subjects from Hollywood and Modern Art, these works use nostalgia as a frame to explore our cinema, fantasy, and internet worlds.

Photo by Navid Yavari.

Gilda Oliver Artistic Team's Sculptures.

Their collage techniques are intimately related to their sculptural and mosaic work. The superimposition of portraits and tonalities builds an imaginary timeline. More of Gilda Oliver artistic teams’ unforgettable imagery can be seen on Gilda Oliver’s Instagram and at Art Closet Gallery’s website alongside work by an amazing group of artists that the Oliver artistic team is excited to exhibit with.

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