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Florence Neal
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Red Hook



ARTIST STATEMENT: I seek to explore nature and environments in many forms and am compelled to translate these experiences and observations through art.
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  • The Trees
    2003-2014
    Found charcoal on paper
    Installation of 40 rubbing drawings of trees from 5 states and 5 countries. Salena Gallery, LIU, Brooklyn

  • Runes
    2008
    Found charcoal on paper, photograph
    Rubbing drawings and photographs of Lodgepole Pines affected by the Mountain Pine Beetle in Banff, Canada, 2008, Installation: Salena Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY, October 2014

  • Runes
    2008
    Found charcoal on paper, Archival photograph

  • Runes
    2008
    Found charcoal on paper, Archival photograph

  • Leaves & Variations: Maple/Tulip
    2003
    Monotype

  • Leaves & Variations
    2006-2014
    Monoprint series

  • The River Project
    2010
    Work in progress, Linoleum block print
    The "Chattahoochee River" print was cut onsite, alongside the river in Columbus, Georgia. Visitors were invited to tell their River stories as part of the project.

  • Chattahoochee River
    2010
    Linoleum block print on paper

  • Resurfacing (Water-Pine)
    2014
    Linoleum block prints

  • Resurfacing (House-Water)
    2015 -2014
    Linoleum block prints

  • Riddled Ripples
    2006
    Linoleum block print

  • Scrying Plattekill
    2006
    Linoleum block print

  • Water Water
    2016
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)

  • With the Grain
    2016
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)

  • Wildwood
    2009
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)

  • The Conversation at Mt. Fuji
    2013
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)

  • Naruta Whirlpools
    2011
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)

  • Red Hook Islands
    2013
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)
    Layered history revealing a 1700s map of Red Hook islands, an Indian trail, Dutch mill ponds, shadowy street grids and water-outlined landfill.

  • Water Riddles
    2015
    Woodcut (mokuhanga), mirror

  • Lure Reflections
    2015
    Fishing line, floats, mirror, reflecting tape, fan
    Window installation, The Painters Gallery, Fleischmanns, NY
 








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