Last Thursday, Chloe Early opened her exhibit “Feathers and Wax” at the Joshua Liner Gallery.
Working in oils on linen and aluminum panel, Chloe Early has developed a unique style that is simultaneously lush and raw. The romantic and the gritty meet in her paintings, which tease out a distinctively poetic worldview through the juxtaposition of extremes. At their core is a sensitivity to lyrical feelings and themes—love, beauty, innocence, softness—which collide with more worldly symbols of aggression and degradation, such as bullets, bombs, urban refuse, and ruins.
Chloe Early– Feathers and Wax
Joshua Liner Gallery
548 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10001
October 20 to November 19, 2011
More looks after the jump.
Photography by Jacob Breinholt for Curated.