Lynette Lombard’s (Art and Art History) recent show, Palpable Terrain at the Bowery Gallery in NY exhibited new paintings of the landscape from Southern Spain, Boston and the Jentel Art Residency in Wyoming. Art critic and historian Jennifer Samet wrote in the accompanying catalogue to the show, “Lombard’s work has a tension that reflects our time – what it means to be painting the landscape today. They are about what it means to be present in that landscape, watching and living an environment at risk.” Palpable Terrain, March 28-April 22, 2017

“On the Shoulders of Giants”, an exhibition of contemporary paintings and sculpture curated by Thaddeus Radell, celebrated the millennia old struggle to capture the human form. The 35 artists in the exhibition render the human figure in a wide variety of ways and mediums, but every work shows a reverence for the formal language that animates great art, from prehistoric times to the present. The exhibit was at the Westbeth Gallery, NY, March 4-25 2017

Midwest Paint Group, an artists cooperative of which Lombard is a member: Self-Portrait show: Lombard invited alum, Jason Eisner as her guest artist. This group exhibition was at the Dutoit Gallery, Dayton, OH. March 3-26

Midwest Paint Group: A Winter’s Work, Kishwaukee College Art Gallery, Malta, IL. “This group exhibition presents paintings spanning several winters…there is an encapsulation of forms and abstractions to be seen. This structural realization of perceiving responsively to nature, binds this group together…” Tim King, curator, designer, teacher and director of MPG.

 

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