An exhibition of “Works on Paper” by Caryn Azoff is on display at the BEKI [Beth El – Keser Israel] Art Gallery in New Haven until April 8. Azoff will give an artist’s talk at BEKI on Saturday, March 3 at 1:00 p.m. Sabbath rules will be observed.
The exhibition includes selections from Azoff’s ongoing series of small works on paper derived from her daily practice of expressive sketching in colored pencils, watercolor, and gouache. Using these sketches as a point of departure, Azoff evolves abstract colors and shapes through a repetitive process to develop new works.
Born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Connecticut, Azoff received her BA and MS degrees from Central Connecticut State University. She is the chair of the Arts Department, Gallery Director, and Upper School Visual Arts Teacher at Hamden Hall Country Day School.
Exhibited in locations throughout the United State, her work can be seen online at http://www.carynazoff.com.
BEKI is located at 85 Harrison St. at Whalley Ave. in New Haven.
Provided by Rachel Bashevkin (BEKI Board/Publicity) email@example.com.