Jill Caporlingua – http://www.gallerychaos.net/
My work has progressed in stages over the past 20 years, from pure abstraction to classical drawing, but a continuous theme contemplating science and the human body form a thread throughout my collection.
I consider questions such as: What makes us human? What unites us and what separates us? Analysis of the inner and outer manifestations of the human form seemed the best way to fulfill this query.
These questions lead me to a series of pointillist paintings from 1997-the present that are an exploration of the inner body, at times united with a classical study of the human figure. Viewing images of microscopic cells, diseases, and DNA strands inspired the use of this technique.
Most of my paintings are in acrylic and oils, utilizing a bold, almost electric color palette.
|Oct-Nov 2008||“Art Insights,” at the Highland Park Public Library, curated by Jill and featuring her latest large-scale oil paintings. Arts Commission members, New York, and New Jersey artists|
|Jun 2008||Healing Art Works Exhibit at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia|
|May-Jun 2008||IM Gallery in Highland Park, Group exhibition titled “High IMpact”|
|Nov 2006 – Jan 2007||Johnson & Johnson Corporate Galleries|
|Jan 2006||Art Murmur Show, sponsored by the Albus Cavus Group|
|April-May 2004||The Gallery at Robert Wood Johnson University of Medicine and Dentistry, Solo Exhibition, Piscataway, NJ|
|Nov-Dec 2002||The Somerset Art Association, Group Exhibition and Silent Auction, The Johnson Gallery, Bedminster, NJ|
|April 2001||Zabbazu Art Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Bound Brook, NJ|
|Jan-Feb 2000||The Gallery at Busch Campus, Rutgers University, Solo Exhibition, Piscataway, NJ|
|May 1998||Middlesex County College, Group Exhibition, Edison, NJ|
|Nov 1995||Paterson Cultural Heritage Museum, Juried Art Exhibit, Paterson, NJ|
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