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Wayne White’s “Invisible Ruler" at Joshua Liner Gallery.

Opening tonight - Thursday, September 11th, 2014 - at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York, New York is Wayne White’s solo show, “Invisible Ruler."  Wayne White’s eccentric style and life has been well documented through documentaries such as "Beauty is Embarrassing,” and years of hard work in almost every field of art from cartooning, puppet design (he designed the puppets on Pee Wee’s Playhouse) to directing (He directed the Smashing Pumpkin’s video for “Tonight, Tonight.”)  ”Invisible Ruler" will feature a plethora of new work from kinetic sculptures to pen and ink drawings, and of course his signature words on found art paintings.  See more below!

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Serena Mitnik-Miller at Joshua Liner Gallery.

Opening tomorrow - Thursday, January 23rd - at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City is Serena Mitnik-Miller’s solo show, “INBETWEEN.”  Check out more of her paintings below:

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Dave Kinsey.
Artwork by Dave Kinsey for his solo show, “Everything at Once,” which opens Thursday, December 13th at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City.





 

Dave Kinsey.

Artwork by Dave Kinsey for his solo show, “Everything at Once,” which opens Thursday, December 13th at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City.

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Tiffany Bozic.
A selection from Tiffany Bozic’s solo show, “Transformation,” currently up at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City.  Bozic uses animals as a metaphor for solutions to her own experiences and the pieces can be read as something like a script of pondering.  The result is a depth and beauty that only Bozic is able to swim to.




  

Tiffany Bozic.

A selection from Tiffany Bozic’s solo show, “Transformation,” currently up at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York City.  Bozic uses animals as a metaphor for solutions to her own experiences and the pieces can be read as something like a script of pondering.  The result is a depth and beauty that only Bozic is able to swim to.

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