NEW YORK, NY.- Abstract expressionist artist Margaret Zox Brown, cousin of Larry Zox, captures and chronicles her surroundings and sustenance in large scale, bold, electric paintings. In her solo exhibition SKIN, Zox Brown reveals a personal narrative with works produced over the last decade, as well as premiering never-before-seen paintings.
Figuration present in Zox Browns work is a primary focus, while other natural forms fruit and flora serve as physical, emotional, and visual sustenance in support of the human figure through SKIN. In crafting these forms, along with a unique natural palette, Zox Brown seeks the honest expression that can only be found in the raw moments of peace and calm which she captures. Figure and composition, accompanied by vibrant natural hues, allows Zox Brown to create a version of her own world for others to explore.
Born and raised in NYC, Margaret Zox Brown was always surrounded by a monotone landscape but inherently channeled a kaleidoscope of color. She captures her ability to see beyond the urban surface, honing in on the moments in between moments, the points of contact and meaning, that exist around us. Her work has been exhibited and commissioned throughout New York by individuals and businesses such as Danny Meyers Maialino restaurant and the Cafe in Fairway Market.
SKIN, a solo exhibition by Margaret Zox Brown Open for viewing by appointment. Open for public viewing with the artist June 28th and 29th, 2018 470 7th Avenue, 5th floor, NY NY.