Rising Brooklyn-based artist Patric Hanley is currently taking up a residency at The Elizabeth Collective nestled in New York City’s midtown district. A former artisan for Louis Vuitton, Hanley’s personal body of work is focused on creating gestural paintings executed with a vivid palette, abstract shapes, and dynamic motifs. Throughout the weeklong residency, the artist unveils a range of wood-panel paintings made using oil, acrylic, and spray paint — his first time creating compositions with mixed materials.
The hosting establishment is a beaux-arts flair mansion made for the late iconic actress Elizabeth Taylor and designed by seminal architects Warren and Wetmore. To celebrate Hanley’s residency, The Elizabeth Collective teamed up with New York-based art-focused agency roosi to launch a reception where guests are invited to view the artist’s process, paintings, and small works on paper displayed across the third floor of the historic townhouse.
View the gestural paintings in the slideshow above and find reception details here.
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The Elizabeth Collective
10 W 56th St.
New York, NY 10019
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Friday 8/23 7-10PM 10 West 56th Street Patric Hanley will be an artist-in-residence at The Elizabeth Collective in Midtown, New York. The rising Brooklyn-based artist specializes in gestural paintings made using oil paints in gradations of vivid tones. The establishment is the namesake of the late iconic actress, Elizabeth Taylor, who formerly resided in the Beaux-Arts mansion designed by famed architects Warren and Whitmore. RSVP in bio!