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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Gregory Maroun
From Here to There
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Those Eyes
Giclee Print on Paper
18" x 12"   Those Eyes
    Giclee Print on Paper
    18" x 12"
    Gregory Maroun

  • Views from the Side
Giclee Print on Paper
18" x 12"   Views from the Side
    Giclee Print on Paper
    18" x 12"
    Gregory Maroun

  • Ree Ree
Pen and Ink on Paper
18" x 12"   Ree Ree
    Pen and Ink on Paper
    18" x 12"
    Gregory Maroun

  • See Meeee
Giclee Print on Paper
18" x 12"   See Meeee
    Giclee Print on Paper
    18" x 12"
    Gregory Maroun

  • Pieces of the Puzzle
Giclee Print on Paper
18" x 12"   Pieces of the Puzzle
    Giclee Print on Paper
    18" x 12"
    Gregory Maroun

  • Eyes are the Windows to the Soul
Pen and Ink on Paper
18" x 12"   Eyes are the Windows to the Soul
    Pen and Ink on Paper
    18" x 12"
    Gregory Maroun

  • Fine Line
Giclee Print
22" x 30"   Fine Line
    Giclee Print
    22" x 30"
    Gregory Maroun

  • Love is Blind
Pen and Ink on Paper
18" x 12"   Love is Blind
    Pen and Ink on Paper
    18" x 12"
    Gregory Maroun

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Gregory Maroun

GREGORY MAROUN

From Here to There
March 8 – March 29, 2016
Reception: Thursday, March 10, 2016 6-8 PM

Gregory Maroun creates characters and forms with nets of carefully placed ink and fine linear patterns. At times printed or drawn directly in an intricate system of pen, each image builds dimension out of this graphic quality. Maroun's works often depict human figures, be they portraits or mid-action, and he uses overlain lines to contour and even contradict the forms of faces, hair, and limbs. Each pattern becomes akin to thread or lace, sometimes integrated into the figures and at other times appearing as if worn on the bodies. The lines twist and warp through each image, melding the subject and environment in compositions that appear full of movement even in the most static, direct portraits. Restricting his work primarily to black, white, and grey with the occasional intervention of warm, saturated color, Maroun allows his figures to fade and lines trail off into space, as every part of the image becomes a play of light and dark.

With his works Maroun observes and explores the emotional and physical nature of humanity. He creates images that balance a transparent draftsmanship with recognizable humanity.





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