Time is Money

 


"Time is Money" A collection of original work by four young New York City based artists. Each artist created a collection of new works reflecting the overall power that time and money have on our lives. A Group Show including the work of Shawn Bishop-Leo, Allan Linder, David Kesting and Lincoln Capla.

This exhibit was well received and completely sold out.



Right here
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
Private Collection


Seeing yellow
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
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Step on it
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
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Make the light
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
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Don't stop
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
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Faster
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
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Keep the change
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
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Call you later
10 x 8
Acrylic on canvas
Private Collection

(PRWEB) April 22nd, 2006 -- "Time is Money" is a phrase we have all heard before, but this group of hot young artists has taken that phrase and created a magnificent collection of works reflecting the effects that money has on the time we spend.




Originally an English proverb, “Time is Money” holds true in this consumer based society/economy, we equate the time that we spend on any given project with a monetary value….You could follow it up with "Nothing in this world is free", or "money doesn’t grow on trees".



Featuring new work from Shawn Bishop-Leo, Allan Linder, David Kesting and Lincoln Capla.




Shawn Bishop–Leo creates her artwork from a humanistic perspective. Beginning with an inherently mutable canvas, she wraps her palate around a woman’s figure, thus grounding each artwork in the indelible human body. “My work focuses on the dynamics of this condition. Like fabric, we drape and shape ourselves to Life’s demands.” Bishop-Leo, rather than hiding from the complexity and dichotomy of life, embraces the countless dissimilarities, “So many times we find ourselves split between schedules and between identities: part sage and part student, part God/Goddess and part servant, part natural and part mask.” She welcomes the gleaned knowledge that identity is a fluid concept and not one that is able to withstand a lack of flexibility.


Allan Linder's unique body of work beckons thought and provokes conversation on many levels. He is a dedicated artist and his paintings embody his commitment.


David Kesting & Lincoln Capla are founders of the Panjectivist movement in New York City and co-founders of Capla Kesting Fine Art Gallery in Williamsburg. Both are pure artists in that their work reflects only that which is read into it.