Rosa's large sculpture made entirely from coffee filters, all dyed to varying degrees using coffee, and of several different sizes, is weird, wonderful and completely unexpected! This was what I wanted my friends to see. I think it is a daring piece to host and bodes well for creative happenings we can anticipate from this gallery.
Gallery owners Elizabeth Rosso and Catherine Testorf make the art, the space, the experience that much more inviting with their enthusiasm for this particular artists and the others they have, and will be showing.
Side note: At another gallery (un-named here) we practically had to use a cattle prod to get the gal to tell us about what we were seeing...
Question: When did Orchard Street become gallery land? I bought my first business suit there from a Hasid who knew about fit and sensible style. In the late 80s I cut the skirt too short, but the slim jacket, a woven tweed, looks like one from Ralph Lauren's fall collection. Ha!