We are pleased to announce the release of two limited edition prints by Gabrielle Senza this month. The archival pigment ink prints (also known as giclées) features a painting from the artist’s very popular “Promise of Light” series.
“The Promise of Light II” prints feature the second painting in the series – a striking golden river view featuring a distant range of the Berkshire hills and a cluster of trees standing along the embankment. With poetic wisps of grasses and river plants in the foreground, the scene offers a peaceful spot to both rest and meditate.
The artist has released the print in two sizes. A large print featuring a 20 x 40 inch image of the painting in an edition of 20 prints, starting at $2,500 for the first 10; and a smaller print, measuring 11 x 22 inches in an edition of 50, starting at $1,000 for the first 10. Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist, and as is customary with giclées, the price per print will increase as the edition sells out.
Gabrielle Senza is internationally recognized as an artist, educator, curator, and writer. She exhibits widely and has artwork in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, Fidelity Investments, JP Morgan Chase, Paine Webber, Lifetime Entertainment, and in private collections around the world. Known as one of the country’s preeminent environmental artists, Senza’s work has toured cities in the notable “Toxic Landscapes” exhibition organized in 2001 by the Puffin Foundation. She has designed and taught art courses at Mass MoCA, Cooper Union and Simon’s Rock College of Bard. She has been very active in community service and a pivotal figure in the artistic community, opening the first alternative contemporary art venue known as SPAZI Contemporary Art in 1989. In 1997 Senza took a year off to live in Rome Italy where she enjoyed a hiatus from her life and responsibilities in the Berkshires, and happened to meet Guido Baratta, the father of her eight year old son, Matteo Baratta-Senza. Gabrielle Senza is the founder and Executive Director of Red Collaborative, the creative public arts initiative that takes on important and often overlooked political and social issues both locally and nationally.
The prints are available through Berkshire Art Kitchen in Great Barrington, MA, online at http://www.gabriellesenza.blogspot.com, or from the artist’s studio. Gabrielle Senza’s collaborators on the project are photographer Gregory Cherin and master printer Fred Collins of Berkshire Digital.
For more information, call Gabrielle Senza at 413.717.0031 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org