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Doze Green, Eric White and Kevin Cyr Preview

Upcoming this Saturday May 19th are three solo exhibitions from artists Eric White, Doze Green and Kevin Cyr (Vol 10) at NYC’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery. The convergence of these three artists shows similar threads of color and detail, yet the thematic focus differs for each exhibition. For White, his new body of work continues along the vein of previous works, following cinematic snips from old films with his meticulous eye for detail. In contrast, Cyr also arrives armed with works focusing automobiles, specifically portraits of vehicles found on the streets of NYC. Green’s newest works explore the links between the natural and supernatural worlds in his engaging, bold fusion of mediums. View a preview of the works after the jump and stay tuned for opening night images next week, here on Hi-Fructose.

Kevin Cyr

Upcoming this Saturday May 19th are three solo exhibitions from artists Eric WhiteDoze Green and Kevin Cyr (Vol 10) at NYC’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery. The convergence of these three artists shows similar threads of color and detail, yet the thematic focus differs for each exhibition. For White, his new body of work continues along the vein of previous works, following cinematic snips from old films with his meticulous eye for detail. In contrast, Cyr also arrives armed with works focusing automobiles, specifically portraits of vehicles found on the streets of NYC. Green’s newest works explore the links between the natural and supernatural worlds in his engaging, bold fusion of mediums. View a preview of the works below and stay tuned for opening night images next week, here on Hi-Fructose.

Eric White (Detail)

Doze Green

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