Bright, Vibrant, Incandescent Works of Myrna Brooks Bercovitch

Chelsea, New York (PressExposure) September 25, 2008 -- Agora Gallery is proud to present Myrna Brooks Bercovitch in Beyond Borders: Exhibition of Fine Art from Canada.

About Myrna Brooks Bercovitch: Myrna Brooks Bercovitch paints incandescent figurative works which reflect her inner experience of visual and emotional stimuli as well as her reactions to the constantly changing world around her. Bercovitch's pieces resonate with the vibrations of her experience, communicating to the viewer through color and line the very sentiment of her multi-sensory knowledge. Bercovitch works in collage, painting, drawing, and printing, alone or combined, illustrating figures in repose, flora and fauna, and scenic landscapes (both figurative and abstract). In her collage works, she evokes the scenes of her mindscape, portraying childhood dreams altered by a vivid imagination into drawings and collages. On her process, she comments: "I see memories and thoughts as layers of texture and color in my head. I love color and transparencies of these tones. Layering plays into the growth of certain images [as] they become more and more abstracted." This unique process results in beautiful, meditative images with new spiritual messages at every glance.

Exhibition Dates: October 1, 2008 through October 21, 2008 Opening Reception: Thursday, October 2, 2008, 6-8 pm Gallery Location: 530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat, 11am - 6pm

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About Agora Gallery

Agora Gallery is a fine art gallery dedicated to the promotion of national and international artists, providing quality and original art to established and emerging collectors, catering to special events in support of fine art, organizations that foster social awareness and promote environmental issues . The gallery is also the publisher of ARTisSpectrum Magazine and the sponsor of

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