“WaterColor Wobble 5 of 16” by Ruth Hardinger

watercolor on paper
11 x 14 inches
Price: $400.00

Moving waters are a back-story for my WaterColor Wobbles that are shifted, torn and split, caused by flowing and pausing senses and actions. Often these watercolor paintings originate with an X line to define the paper’s squared proportions. This particular piece has X splits surfacing.

Embracing abstraction with social, environmental and chronological influences are groundwork of Ruth Hardinger’s art.
A New York City resident, Hardinger’s exhibitions include solo: Amelie A. Wallace Gallery SUNY Old Westbury, Humanities Gallery LIU Brooklyn, CREON, Sideshow, Narthax St Peter’s Church, Lesley Heller Gallery, Philippe Staib Gallery, Brunnier Gallery Iowa State Univ., Centro Cultural de Santo Domingo in Oaxaca, Mexico. 2017 spring solo exhibition Gallery David&Schweitzer Contemporary, two person: Sideshow, Brian Morris Gallery, Five Myles in Brooklyn, GRIDSPACE, group: 490 Atlantic Gallery, Great Hall Gallery Cooper Union ISD, Asian Art Piers, Hal Bromm Gallery, NYC, Displaced Landscape, Narrowsburg, NY, IN-SITE Sculpture, South Orange, NJ, Masters and Pelavin, Small Works Baruch College, NYC, Whale Oil to Whole Foods in Catskill NY, Carriage Barn at Islip Museum, Castle Gallery in New Rochelle, NY, Garbage Barge, Islip Museum, Byrdcliff Art Colony Woodstock, Kentler Fine Art, Brooklyn, Winton Bell Gallery Brown Univ. Province RI.

Museum of Modern Art Library Artist Book Collection, Chase Manhattan Bank, and Edward Albee Foundation own her work, plus many private collectors. New York Times, Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, Huffington Post, ArtCritical and Brooklyn Rail have reviewed her exhibitions. Hardinger has a Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Studies, Magna Cum Laude, Hunter College, NYC. She received a year-long MacDowell Travelling Scholarship and an IIE Grant to Mexico, administered by Fulbright Foundation, Hardinger co-initiated an exhibition and panel sponsored by Cooper Union/ISD with Marfa Dialogues and Rauschenberg Foundation grant.
Artist website: www.ruthhardinger.com