About the Exhibit
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 21st, 6 PM-8 PM | More Info
Through Sunday, June 2nd
For this show, Iskowitz presents individual portraits as well as paintings featuring toys and dolls as subjects. The Jawonio Portraits are based on clients and counselors he knows from Jawonio, a special needs services organization in New City, NY, where Iskowitz–who has a hearing impairment–is also a client. In the Toys, Nursery City War Scenes, and Wanderers series, Iskowitz places dolls and other toys in precarious and unnerving arrangements to represent the social and political dissonance at play in the world today. The color, size and lighting of the objects further heighten the dramatic effect.
About the Artist
A Rockland County native, Iskowitz studied at the Cooper Union School of Art. His work has been featured in Esopus Magazine and he has participated in numerous exhibitions in and around Rockland County.