Peek-a-boo–Margery Amdur at Projects

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[This is the fourth in several ultra-brief posts I hope to get up this week about work I’ve seen recently that have given me tremendous pleasure or piqued my interest in some way. I’m sort of overwhelmed with outside-the-blog life, but I really wanted to tell you about this stuff.–libby]

Margery Amdur, Wisp 5, 31 x 44 inches
Margery Amdur, Wisp 5, 31 x 44 inches

Margery Amdur‘s luscious floral confections in her exhibit Bloom at Projects Gallery look juicy enough to eat, and frilly enough to hang in the boudoir. The paintings/drawings/cut mylar frothiness and the peek-a-boo vivid colors are downright sexy. These are paintings posing as negligees, or vice versa.

I don’t think this is work to save the world, but it’s work to savor, with a baroque decorativeness that’s at once feminine, seductive and bold.

It’s up until Nov. 15, and there will be a First Friday reception in November, 6-9 p.m.

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