Hillary Raimo Plaxall Gallery NYC Welcome to the Multiverse

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Welcome to the Multiverse 
Curated by Janet Rutkowski
June 19th – July 21st Plaxall Gallery Queens, New York

In collaboration with the Plaxall Gallery & Long Island City Artists (LiC-A) in Long Island City, NY, LiC-A member Janet Rutkowski presents Welcome to the Multiverse,
a fine art exhibition exploring the illusion of perception, parallel universes, and the surreal nature of reality viewed through the awe-inspired lens of theoretical physics. This diverse group of artists create their view of these realities through a wide range of styles and materials.

Hillary Raimo’s “Time Acceleration” has altered the medium of photography into a mesmerizing liquid of unknown origin.” – Janet Rutkowski, Curator

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Greatly inspired by Quantum Physicist Tom Campbell’s My Big Theory of Everything (MBT), Hillary’s perspective on consciousness, quantum physics, creative energy, art and how that all works together has changed. She hopes to capture a telepathic moment between the observer and the creator in her work. Time Acceleration offers a multi-dimensional experience of the past, present and future co-existing simultaneously. It gives a glimpse of the eternal conflict of dark and light. It offers resolution of dualistic misconceptions, and bends the medium of photography into a tool for looking directly into the multiverses that coexist everywhere.

 

 

The Multiverse, a place where all things merge,
meaning subsides, fate fades into..
something else.
Consequential momentum bends space,
time follows.
Gravity pulls speeding lights in.
Warden.
Orbs of perspective float hopeful to meet something that will penetrate
massive knowledge of the universes it has seen, come and gone.
Warp speed is not always a choice.
Creative energy is life.
So many ways to see.
I hope to capture that in this piece of work.
Time bending, shape shifting, primordial mix of dark and light.

– Hillary Raimo

 

UPCOMING EXHIBITS:

2019 Photography Open Salmagundi Club
47 5th Ave, New York, NY 10003
On view lower galleries July 15th – August 2nd
Opening reception Friday July 26th 6-9pm
Website

Ireland The Diaries, Opens April 8th 2019

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Standing on the cliffs of the far northern sea, I whispered in the winds, all the secrets that be. The wind replied, and the sea sang a song. The grasses all bowed their heads.”

Ireland, The Diaries will feature images from my adventures in the far north of the green lands of mythical rhymes and delicate flower.

It will include a preview of select images that will be going on exhibit at the Irish Heritage Museum later this year.

Pop up gallery event / Uncommon Grounds
Albany New York,  April 8th – 30th 2019
Select work will be available for sale

“Dreamscape” Ponderings & Photograph on Exhibit Arlene’s Atelier – Albany, NY

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I am delighted to announce my photograph “Dreamscape” has been selected for exhibit at the upcoming Juried Student Art Show at Arlene’s Atelier in Albany, New York for the month of November.

Arlene Clement, founder of Arlene’s, will be the juror and select the winners. She has done amazing things for the local art community. Thank you to my teachers at Arlene’s  Kevin Kuhne, Jessica Hyatt and Ali Herrmann.

The winners will be announced and awarded the prizes at the Artist Reception on Thursday, November 1st, from 5:30 to 7:30pm.

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Artist Thoughts by Hillary Raimo

In today’s world it is important to love one another, no matter what. The now is simply a lucid dream going your way. Learn to step outside that boundary you dread. That courage will give you strength.

The artistic process is a necessary one.

The arts have been defunded in just about every public school across our country. No matter what your political stance, how you allow this process to be expressed depends on your ability to know it. Imagine the loss of it completely and how that would change everything.

Teachers are everywhere. Lots of students. It is crucial to know how to be both and how to respect both in others.

I seek to align my creative energy with the empowerment of the arts. Supporting local art in our communities is vital to keeping the sacred divine feminine & masculine energy alive and well in all living things.

Just some thoughts of mine…

Dreamscapes differ for everyone.
Painted only by the colors of our hopes & fears.

 

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Upcoming Events:

Thursday October 18th 6:45pm BAA Monthly Meeting, presenter Peg Foley

Saturday October 27th 3pm Skytop Lounge (39th Fl), New Life Expo, Hotel New Yorker