• Throughout her career, Jackie Skrzynski (skrin-ski) has been making and exhibiting art that challenges the arbitrary boundaries between humans and nature. Beyond her studio practice, Skrzynski is interested in bringing art to the community in creative ways, such as her pop-up exhibition vehicle, PUG PROJECTS, and the guided group SILENT WALKS which she leads through the woods near her home. Her work has been recognized with numerous exhibitions, publications and grants, and she is active in the creative community in Newburgh, NY. These tangles reference brain nerve cells and bittersweet vines to suggest a metaphor for memory, connection, and time. Dimensions: 21" x  47" Medium: Colored Pencil Weight: 12lbs Framed: Yes Price: $1200.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.
  • Throughout her career, Jackie Skrzynski (skrin-ski) has been making and exhibiting art that challenges the arbitrary boundaries between humans and nature. Beyond her studio practice, Skrzynski is interested in bringing art to the community in creative ways, such as her pop-up exhibition vehicle, PUG PROJECTS, and the guided group SILENT WALKS which she leads through the woods near her home. Her work has been recognized with numerous exhibitions, publications and grants, and she is active in the creative community in Newburgh, NY. For many years, I have taken daily walks through the woods near my home. With this drawing, I attempt to translate what that walk can sometimes feel like, when the skin that separates me from air, mud, and grass becomes highly permeable. The open mouths suggest a type of communion--through consuming (eating) and being consumed (decay). Both these actions offer a connection to the eternal, however one may define it. The title, The Grail, is the name of the place where I walk. It also refers to the vessel used at the Last Supper that became legend during the Middle Ages, symbolizing body, blood and immortality. Dimensions: 48" x  38" Medium: Charcoal on Paper and Colored Pencil Weight: 2lbs Framed: No Price: $600.00 *This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th - August 15th.  PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550 Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped. Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140. If you have questions, please contact info@ocartscouncil.org or call 845-202-0140.

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