Barbara Russell, the curator for the Under the Radar Art Series, is very happy to feature Lenore Browne’s photographic work during the New Year because her work has the same elegance and distinction as a glass of New Years Eve champagne. Lenore loves shooting her Harlem neighborhood to expose its classic brownstone landscapes with trendy community appeal as Harlem strives for its Second Renaissance.
Working like a non-invasive surgeon, she uses a higher artistic frequency to shutter click and zoom in on Harlem happenings to complete a series of work that is filled with a film noir ambience as seen during the “Harlem Heart & Soul” solo exhibition held on Friday, January 10, 2014 from 5-7 PM at Dr. Chows’ Physical Therapy of Harlem office lobby located at West 116th street near the corner of 5th Ave closest to the “Deals” store. http://coimage.net/portraitofharlem.exhibit
You are cordially invited along with your friends and neighbors to attend the exhibition and reception. Additional viewing dates: January 13-February 3, 2014 and times: Monday thru Friday from 9-3PM, is available. No appointment is necessary. Don’t forget to sign our guest book so you can receive monthly invites to other exhibitions held in 2014.
Lenore‘s landscapes, floral and still life color images can be seen in the “Mahogany” exhibition held at Harlem Hospital various walls. It can be viewed by appointment only by contacting Ms. Kencle Satchell, Director Public Affairs Harlem Hospital Center, 212 939 1372, kencle.satchell@nychhc.
As a special bonus to the evening art exhibition, Grammy nominated Tevin Thomas returns to this free community event to dilute your mind of workload stress to generate wondrous soulful tunes expressed from his keyboard to ease your mind into a joyous weekend www.tevinthomas.com