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      Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: HORIZONS and ABSTRACT REALITIES in Ithaca

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      March 1, 2020 - March 31, 2020

        (daily for 25 times)

      City Centre, 301 E. State Street
      Ithaca, New York 14850

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      Philipson and Stevens-Gupta: HORIZONS and ABSTRACT REALITIES

      Ithaca, NY USA: Photographer Rachel Philipson and painter Ivy Stevens-Gupta explore land, water and sky in their exhibition of photographs and paintings with a strong abstract quality. Both award-winning artists display their landscape artwork beginning March 1, 2020
      Philipson is a documentary and lifestyle photographer & photojournalist. Her large, monochromatic landscapes recall her travels to Puerto Rico, Mexico, California and Massachusetts. Her colorful photographs blur the lines between sky and sea to create a sense of calm. Philipson’s minimalist “La Jolla Blur” captures the serene beauty of a California sunset over the ocean. Devoid of human presence, Philipson’s photographs of the low-tide of Wingaersheek Beach located in West Gloucester, Massachusetts, offer rest to weary eyes. She focuses on color, shape and light to create landscapes that are simultaneously timeless and transient. Visit or follow her on Instagram @rachelphilipson to view more of her work.
      Color therapist and visual artist Stevens-Gupta channels her creative energies in paintings that illustrate effects of global warming. Her creative process includes many layers of acrylic, oil and resin on canvas or birch board to create abstract-realistic paintings of near and far landscapes, both real and imagined. In “Blue Skies Ahead” a jet aircraft heads towards fluffy white clouds against a clear blue sky while releasing invisible carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. “Cayuga Twilight” which measures 48” x 48” x 1.7” and has a 3D effect, illustrates the transitional period between day and night. Luminous shades of pink and orange collide under a clear, midnight-blue sky that is reminiscent of sunsets on the west side of Cayuga Lake. To see more of Steven-Gupta’s work online go to or follow her on Instagram
      On view from March 1st to March 31st, 2020 at Collegetown Bagels, City Centre, 301 East State Street, Ithaca, NY USA. Opening reception Friday, March 6th, 5-8pm.

      Cost: Free -

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