curated by Lindsey Landfried, with work by Brian Alfred, Arden Bendler Browning, Trisha Holt and Phaan Howng, on view May 28-July 21, opening reception June 25
The Pennsylvania Convention Center interviewed me about my painting “Interim” in their art collection.
View artist page here: http://www.paconventionart.com/artists/arden-bendler-browning
Watch here: https://youtu.be/hcdAioyqlzU
“Places to Be”, in Tinney Concept space, March 16 – April 27, 2019. Reception April 6, 6-9 PM.
https://www.tinneycontemporary.com/exhibitions/2019/2/26/invisible-audience (scroll to the bottom to see info. about “Places to Be”)
4 of my works on paper have been selected for inclusion in the 2019 Art on Paper exhibition at Weatherspoon Art Museum at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The exhibition runs from Feburary 3 – May 5, 2019.
My work can now be found in the White Columns curated artist registry : http://registry.whitecolumns.org/view_artist.php?artist=26655
Rachel Sitkin Marks visited my studio and wrote about my process, my paintings and my new virtual reality experiments. http://thestudiovisit.com/arden-bendler-browning/
I’ve made two 24″ panels for this exhibition. A portion of all proceeds from the exhibition will support Friends of the Rail Park, and will help to continue development of the next phases of this much needed park and green space for Philadelphia!
I’ve made a book of the sketches, paintings and photographs I took while traveling across Australia in an RV this past winter (Australian summer!) It is a 104 page, 8′ square hard cover book with 100 pages of full color, mostly full page prints.
Opening Reception: January 6th, 6-9pm during the First Saturday Art Crawl Downtown
Tinney Contemporary is pleased to present Sequences, an exhibition of new work by Carol Mode, in the main gallery. In the rear gallery, All at Once, is an exhibition of new work by Arden Bendler Browning. These artists share commonality in their devotion to abstraction, yet each artist employs her own, unique procedure. These artists’ works are captivating and energetic, demonstrating the lasting allure of abstract painting.
Arden Bendler Browning
All at Once
Philadelphia based artist Arden Bendler Browning creates large abstract paintings referencing urban landscape and multiple perspectives. She draws from a wide range of sources as inspiration : the temporality of Impressionism, the gestural energy of Abstract Expressionism, and the combination of disparate forms from Postmodernism.
Travel – whether the everyday paths throughout her urban home base, or the moving landscape from a family road trip – has become the common thread throughout her work. Her paintings reflect on a persistent tension between time and memory, the layering of images, and developing complex representations that allude to the impossibility of fully capturing, knowing, or reaching a destination. She merges seemingly disparate elements, jumbling and layering references of thousands of photographs and gestural studies of light, color, and movement, retaining a feeling of place and time and our movement through both.