Judith Roston Freilich

Absence and intuition. Join ARC for a new exhibit 

Seamus O’Rourke, Judith Roston Freilich and the artists of Thresholds explore the complicated and often invisible relationships between enigma, emptiness and emotion in this provocative new exhibit.

  • Exhibition dates: January 6 through January 30, 2016 
  • Gallery hours: Wed to Sat 12-6 pm, and Sun. 12-4 pm  

Time is measured by living things.  Silver Threads and Golden Needles is a personal collection of intuitive and spontaneous images that live in the enigma of time and space.

As these imaginary organic things evolve, they become a visual measure of time. Their cyclical, rhythmic patterns repeat themselves and we see remnants left in moments of time. The marks, stitches, and materials reflect complex rhythms, incongruities, and relationships. There are bursts of energy- fierce, uncontrolled, uninhibited urgencies- and beautiful swells of serenely floating calm. Like life, some parts are smooth and glittering and others have been torn, sanded, and glued in an unfinished process, leaving traces of journeys. The work, itself, becomes a remnant of passing time.