The East Third Street Gallery is very proud to announce the solo show of the artist Anna Ehrsam. We will be showcasing some of her recent drawings, sculptures and photography. The work will be on view in the gallery from November 21 to December 30, with an opening reception held on Saturday, December 15 from 6 - 9pm. Gallery is open by appointment only.
ANNA EHRSAM UNIVERSAL EHRSAM BLUE
Opening Reception December 15, 6 - 9PM
For Ehrsams solo show at East Third Street Gallery NYC she is presenting work that embodies her research into the behavior of color, optics and light. These color field compositions are the result of explorations and experiments at the intersection of art and science. Anna Ehrsam is an artist, a Yale University graduate, a patented inventor, and a professor of art history and studio art. Ehrsam has been involved in museum education and exhibit fabrication for 20 years. A few of the museums she has created sculptural installations for include; The National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington D.C. National Mall, The National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, TN., The Smithsonian’s American History Museum, Washington D.C. National Mall, and The George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate Museum, Mount Vernon, VA. Ehrsam is an internationally exhibiting artist who is living and working in New York City. Ehrsam holds several patents for new technology that integrates solar and high efficiency lighting, heating and cooling.
Her work is interdisciplinary and involves new technologies, and the development of a unified theory of everything through the exploration of material sciences, art, and physics. The objective of her work is to expand the languages of form, color, light, sound, and context, using their intrinsic physical properties to make concrete and ephemeral phenomenon, large sculpture, intimate artifacts, immersive installations, images, drawings, and documents. The work embodies visual manifestations of the physical and the metaphysical by generating and embodying moments expressed in infinitely permutable forms and images.