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Night Vision is a solo exhibit of work by Emily Nomer which was created between 2022-2023 in response to a period of deep loss.  “Creating beauty is both a restorative act, and an end in itself,” says the artist. “My process is time-consuming and repetitive; the compositions rely on proportion and balance, with an ever-changing ‘buffet’ of motifs as prime ingredients. Color palettes suggest the mood.”  Nomer relays, “Victor Hugo said, ‘To love beauty is to see light.’ I aimed to create beauty from darkness.”

The gallery is open to the public Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 12:00-5:00 pm or by appointment.

Artists Reception Saturday, March 9, 2024 3:00-5:00 pm.  Receptions are always free and open to the public.

Emily Nomer worked for forty-plus years in the design business, owning a company designing and manufacturing one-of-a-kind furniture for architects and designers in New York City. But she has been a visual artist since she could first hold a crayon. She holds a BA from Vassar College in Classical Greek, and an MA in the same from the University of London. In 2016 she was finally able to attend art school, and earned an MFA from the SUNY New Paltz. In 2022 she retired from her business and has devoted herself to her art full-time.  Nomer’s diverse artistic influences include Hellenistic pottery, the Pattern and Decoration Movement, Bauhaus designers and Russian constructivists, amongst others.

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