Gita and Linda Oil and Fire
Gita Nádas and Linda Rahl Nádas, daughter and mother, are both artists who grew up uniquely immersed in art. Linda was involved in art from a young age spending much of her time in the commercial artist’s studios her father represented in Manhattan in the 1940’s and 1950’s. Learning so much about technique and art history as in the classical pedagogy of time passed.
Gita was naturally a part of the rich artistic influence Linda had cultivated along with Gita’s father Arthur, an immigrant from Hungary, who also was deeply involved and passionate about the arts.
Both Linda and Gita have studied with some of the most talented artists of the 20th century. Their stylized works speak to history and technique and screams loudly of their individuality and skill. There is a certain mysterious and whimsical elegance to their relationship with one another and to their shared histories that is very much alive in their works. This exhibit, curated by Heather Renée Russ and David Ludwig, will feature paintings by Gita and sculpture and ceramic works by Linda.
On Exhibit August 13th through Sept 9th
Reception Saturday August 27th6-9pm
Gallery Hours Saturdays 11am-2pm