At the Hudson River Museum there are two exhibitions currently on view: Force Field: Drawings by Christine Hiebert,and riverthatflowsbothways by Ellen Kozak and Scott D. Miller.
Seeing Christine Hiebert’s large scale drawings made me wonder about her creative process. She uses nature to inspire her, and the paper she uses is large – she often starts the work from one direction, then changes the way she interacts with it, coming at the drawing from a different perspective. Here, she starts to explain her process:
Videographer Elizabeth Kozak and composer Scott D. Miller combine video images and music; we see a series of images which, in combination with music of a string quartet that is composed specifically for the work, creates both visual and auditory components for a combined sensory experience.
Elizabeth Kozak speaks briefly about her work:
Both Christine Hiebert and Ellen Kozak will be at Hudson River Museum for Artist Insights on Saturday, June 23 at 2:00pm, providing their own perspective on their work – a good opportunity to visit the Museum, see both exhibitions and hear from the artists as well.
Both exhibitions are on view until September 9, 2018. To learn more about this and other Hudson River Museum programs, visit their website at hrm.org.
Hudson River Museum is located at 511 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers NY. Phone 914-963-4550.