Reflections by Candy Le Sueur at Panepinto Galleries, September 6th - November 8th, 2019
Panepinto Galleries, in collaboration with Spear Street Capital, presents Reflections, highlighting artwork by Jersey City based artist Candy Le Sueur.
Candy Le Sueur is known for her large-scale expressive abstracted paintings and her intimate mixed media on paper, which includes monotypes. Her imagery offers spontaneous expressions of her perception of the land, sea and sky, seeking to remind us of the eternal beauty beyond a specific space or time. The concept behind this exhibition entitled "Reflections" presents a collection of Le Sueur’s work created over the past four years. Her work addresses her continued fascination with the beauty of the natural world.
Special hours: Oct 5 & 6, 12-6pm, part of JCAST
Open Weekly: Monday through Friday, 9am – 6pm. Additionally available by appointment and private events.
Location: 70 Hudson Street, Jersey City, New Jersey (Entrance on Hudson River Waterfront Walkway & Grand Street)
2019 Panepinto Galleries, Jersey City from Sept 6- Nov 8, 2019
2018 Carol Lee Fine Art, Johannesburg in March ; Novado Gallery, Jersey City in April; Panepinto Galleries, Jersey City in October and a Group Holiday show at Russell Art and Frame, Lakeway, TX
2017 Panepinto Galleries, Jersey City ; The Fine Arts Gallery, St Peter’s University, Jersey City and The Russell Collection, Austin,TX
2016 The Russell Collection, Austin,TX
2015 Affordable Art Fair, New York ; Windows on Columbus, Jersey City and Hamilton Square and the Drawing Rooms, Jersey City
2014 Art Hamptons, Southampton, New York; The Jersey City Museum; The Goldsmith Gallery and the Drawing Rooms, Jersey City
2013 Affordable Art Fair, New York and The Look Out Gallery, Plettenberg Bay, South Africa
2012 Affordable Art Fair, New York ; Arts 78 Printmaking Show, New York ; Lana Santorelli Gallery, Hoboken and Carol Lee Fine Art in the Fusion and Mix Shows, Johannesburg
2011 Lana Santorelli Gallery, Hoboken
2010 The National Academy Museum, New York
2009 The National Academy Museum, NY and Artspace, Johannesburg