Gordana Geršković

Mérida

September 4 - 29, 2019

Opening reception:

Saturday, September 14th: 5 – 8 pm

Itzamatul (Who Has the Grace of the Sky)  - photography

Itzamatul (Who Has the Grace of the Sky) - photography

Gordana Geršković's latest work takes us to Mérida in the Yucatán Peninsula, where she lived for a year and studied new forms of art under the mentorship of master painter and sculptor Abel Vázquez. Geršković captures intimate textures, surfaces and urban abstractions using a macro lens to zoom into the details. Here she contemplates the vibrant colors and worn, weathered textures of the ancient city, with its rich Mayan and colonial heritage. She also for the first time exhibits paintings as well as photographs. The Croatian-born Geršković currently lives in the Washington DC area.

Mérida -  11 x 14  -  photography

Mérida - 11 x 14 - photography

Te Eres Mi Luz  - 31 x 20 - mixed media

Te Eres Mi Luz - 31 x 20 - mixed media

Mexico  - 14 x 11 - mixed media

Mexico - 14 x 11 - mixed media


Members Gallery

In addition to Gordana Geršković's exhibit in the main gallery, Foundry's second gallery provides an array of artwork by Foundry's talented member artists. Often frequented by active art collectors, Members Gallery exhibits change monthly and all work is for sale.

Charlene Nield - Ride a Red Horse - acrylic/mixed media on panel - 30” x 30”

Charlene Nield - Ride a Red Horse - acrylic/mixed media on panel - 30” x 30”

Gregory O’Hanlon - High Altar - National Cathedral - photograph - 40 inch panoramic

Gregory O’Hanlon - High Altar - National Cathedral - photograph - 40 inch panoramic