Haute Art: Jenna Lash Opens “Imagined Memories – A Family Album” Exhibit at Synchronicity Fine Arts

Artist Jenna Lash toasted her newest exhibition “Imagined Memories – A Family Album” at Synchronicity Fine Arts in the West Village on Wednesday April 4th.

Sharon Bush, Michele Gerber Klein, Gregory DelliCarpini Jr. and Anton Perich were among the 100 guests in attendance to see Lash’s latest work, which focuses on the subjects of family and family dynamics, where line and form parallel the complexity of emotions.  Color and space mirror the contrasting facets of lineage and relationships. Attending to the role of memory in both living experiences and those preceding her, Lash explores ties to her past and more broadly, how the family story shapes one’s worldview.

Synchronicity Fine Arts has been serving the public with emerging artist projects since 1989.  In fine art and theatre, locally and internationally, we are a service organization demonstrating responsible methods for supporting art and maintaining a dialogue with the needs of the art community and the public interests.

Jenna Lash’s Exhibit will be on display until April 21st – Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday: 1PM to 7PM

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