dweller on the threshold
by howard oransky

feruary 25 – march 5, 2019

I’m a dweller on the threshold

And I’m waiting at the door

And I’m standing in the darkness

I don’t want to wait no more

Van Morrison

Traffic Zone Gallery presents Dweller on the Threshold, an exhibition of 5 new paintings by Howard Oransky. Using the architecture of the gallery as a starting point, Oransky has made the paintings 18 feet high by 55 inches wide. Hanging from the ceiling to the floor, each work is composed of 3 vertical lines that reach from the top to the bottom of the canvas. The imagery was inspired by a painting made by Oransky’s niece, Zivitte Rose Bergman-Igra, when she was a child. For that painting, Zivi reached up to the top of her easel and brought the marks all the way down to the bottom of the sheet, creating a forest of lines.

Gallery hours:|
Daily 9:00 am - 5:00 pm and by appointment
Free and open to the public

Howard Oransky

Howard Oransky