Installations

I am as affected by the frog I saw yesterday, sitting on the lit globe of my outside light as I am by the distant memories of a gray hut I once saw in China or a blue mosaic tile I saw years ago when I lived in Jerusalem.

Andrea Dasha Reich, born in Prague and schooled in Jerusalem at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, is an international, contemporary, abstract artist, residing in the U.S. She has been widely collected and recognized for her mastered works in epoxy resin.  

Inspired by the organic shapes and planes in nature, Reich’s artworks are a woven interplay of rich color spectrums that explore the depth and intimacy of the abstract world we live in. Her works are an indication of how this prolific multimedia artist sees the world; astonishing beauty, magnificent power and the intense awe-inspiring complexion in nature of which the life and creation of color is born. Through the use of pure pigments and layers of epoxy resins, her works seem to let her visions breathe with motion and fluidity… the crystalline paintings pull you into a mysterious realm of curiosity and surprise.

All works at The Met are curated by State of the Arts Gallery.  Other artists currently featured include Carol Carter, D.L. Steiner, Larry Forgard, Mark Muench, and M.F. Cardamone.