AN OPENING FOR STEVEN SEINBERG AND ELENA ZOLOTNITSKY

Elena Zolotnitsky’s painting Untitled Face.

Elena Zolotnitsky’s painting Untitled Face.

Steven Seinberg’s work I Can Remember.

Steven Seinberg’s work I Can Remember.

Pryor Fine Art’s latest exhibit plays on the dynamic elements of its two artists: the abstract nature of Steven Seinberg’s pieces displayed alongside the representational nature of Elena Zolotnitsky’s work. Seinberg received his MFA at Georgia State University in 2001 and frequently returns to showcase his work at the gallery. His serene, abstract oil and graphite paintings feature neutral, muted shades of gray and brown that seem to drip from the canvases. Zolotnitsky, who lives in Moscow, provides contrast with her rich hues and textures. Her raw personal portraits elevate ordinary people to figurative abstractions. One of Atlanta’s longest tenured galleries at 25 years old, Pryor Fine Art currently showcases more than 60 local and national artists. This month’s opening reception will be from 6 to 8 p.m. The show will run through June 9.

ART OPENING

May 7
Pryor Fine Art
764 Miami Circle
Suite 132
Atlanta 30324
404.352.8775
pryorfineart.com

– Alexa Lampasona