For Holly Gordon, the world presents her with infinite palettes of color…and sometimes the digital darkroom takes her vision far beyond photography, as we know it. Venturing into the digital darkroom has expanded the fluidity of her work as well as her innovative universe. This exhibition, FLORAbundance, combines her creativity as both painter and photographer. Although she stopped painting with a brush twenty years ago, the two mediums are reunited through lens and technology.
The Brush/Lens PROJECT
The Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery of the Art League of Long Island in Dix Hills is a spacious two floor gallery and 52 pieces of work pairing the new photographic art of Holly Gordon that she describes as beyond photography with the watercolor paintings by renown Northport painter, Ward Hooper.
Ode to Kodak
This exhibition is a travel epic of the creative evolution of how I saw the world as well as it is a documentation of worldwide travel and includes the presence of Kodak around the globe! This exhibition also celebrates the role Kodak played in the evolution of Holly Gordon’s creativity as she grew and traveled and developed as a person and as an artist.
Holly Meets Hokusai
Stripping Nature’s outer layers, Holly reveals Nature’s raw power and energy in this growing body of work. Merging photography with her background in lithography and woodcuts, she is an integral fiber in the continuum of creativity and the boundless evolution of photography.
Monet and Me
The magic and vibrancy of Monet’s Garden and the Impressionist perspective is infused into the contemporary reality of Holly’s photographic vision. This exhibition is a visual choreography between the artist and light as well as a continuation of the historic legacy of Claude Monet and the Impressionist Movement.
Antarctica: Journey to the Extreme
These 40 color photographs will dazzle your senses with their chilling fragility and beauty. Intimate portraits of jaunty penguins will entertain and endear you. Visit Antarctica without crossing the Drake Passage!
Galapagos: Face to Face
An intimate portrait of 50 color photographs of the extraordinary Galapagos Islands, located 600 miles west of Ecuador. A visual celebration of nature’s determination to endure in all its harshness and wonder.