When I initial arrived upon LeCrue Eyebrows‘ artworks on the streets of my city, I was struck at after by its singular authenticity. Each and every piece intrigues, as it exudes a distinct aura of mystery. Visual meditations on this kind of common themes as adore, loss and longing, the operates are subtly robust and strikingly beautiful.

Not to be missed is the Queens-based mostly artist’s first solo exhibition at Van Der Plas Gallery. At at the time quietly uncooked and soulfully elegant, each and every operate tells a tale – to be freely interpreted by its viewer.  And just about every piece was made freely and spontaneously, as practically nothing that Lecrue creates is premeditated. The act of painting, alone, is to the artist “an extreme kind of meditation.”

The beguiling image pictured previously mentioned, “Move with Me,” was fashioned this yr with acrylic on canvas. Various much more visuals I captured even though visiting “Primitive Form” very last weekend observe:

“Own Storm,” Acrylic on canvas, 2022

“Stand With Me,” Acrylic on canvas, 2022

“Her Breath in Time,” Acrylic on canvas, 2022

“Just Further than the Window,” Acrylic on canvas, 2022

And on a to some degree unique note — “Together,” Blended media on chilly press paper, 2022

“Primitive Form” continues at Van Der Plas Gallery via Oct 23. Situated at  156 Orchard Road, the gallery is open up Mon-Tue: 12pm-5pm, Wed-Sat: 11pm-6pm and Sunday: 11am-5pm. A closing reception will consider area on Friday, October 21 from 6-8pm.

Note: You can just take a 3D tour of “Primitive Form” listed here.

Photographs of artworks, Lois Stavsky

By Harmony