"NY Muse: Book 1", a Solo-Exhibition by Marie Hines Cowan

National Association of Women Artists, Inc.
Apr 15, 2014 7:18PM

Location: N.A.W.A. Gallery, 80 Fifth Ave., Suite 1405, NYC

Dates: April 3 - 29, 2014

Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 10 am -5 pm

"NY Muse: Book 1", a solo-show of paintings by New York artist Marie Hines Cowan, opened on April 3, 2014 at the N.A.W.A. Gallery.  A reception was held at the N.A.W.A. Gallery on April 9th from 5-7 p.m. 

Hines Cowan's work is inspired by Greek mythology and modern American culture. Mirroring the structure of Ovid's Metamorphoses, Hines Cowan's work is comprised of a series of stories. Based on traditional Greek stories and modern ones which Hines Cowan has written herself, the ancient deities depicted in her paintings are transformed as New Yorkers-- revealing themselves, for example, as a modern Athena expatriated from South Africa, or Muses who commute from the Bronx and Connecticut. The works consist of oil painting and relief-sculptured text. The narrative is an integral part of each painting, expanding the work well beyond the confines of the canvas. 

For more info. please visit: www.mariehinescowan.com.

                          Images courtesy of Marie Hines Cowan and                                                                 Susan G. Hammond.

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