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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
    35" x 23" each
    Installation of 40 rubbing drawings of trees from 5 states and 5 countries. Salena Gallery, LIU, Brooklyn

  • Runes
    2008
    Found charcoal on paper, photograph
    35.5" x 23" each
    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
    35.5" x 23" each

  • Runes
    2008
    Found charcoal on paper, Archival photograph
    35.5" x 23" each

  • Leaves & Variations: Maple/Tulip
    2003
    Monotype
    12" x 12"

  • Leaves & Variations
    2006-2014
    Monoprint series
    12" x 12" each

  • The River Project
    2010
    Work in progress, Linoleum block print
    96" x 18"
    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
    96" x 18"

  • Resurfacing (Water-Pine)
    2014
    Linoleum block prints
    14" x 96" each

  • Resurfacing (House-Water)
    2015 -2014
    Linoleum block prints
    14" x 96" each

  • Riddled Ripples
    2006
    Linoleum block print
    14" x 21"

  • Scrying Plattekill
    2006
    Linoleum block print
    14" x 21"

  • Water Water
    2016
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)
    11" x 15"

  • With the Grain
    2016
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)
    15" x 11"

  • Wildwood
    2009
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)
    10" x 8"

  • The Conversation at Mt. Fuji
    2013
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)
    10.25" x 7"

  • Naruta Whirlpools
    2011
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)
    6.25" x 9.75"

  • Red Hook Islands
    2013
    Woodcut (mokuhanga)
    14" x 11"
    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
    72" x 12" each

  • Lure Reflections
    2015
    Fishing line, floats, mirror, reflecting tape, fan
    5' x 6'
    Window installation, The Painters Gallery, Fleischmanns, NY
 








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