ART SPIEL: Alignments at Flinn Gallery – Feature Project with curator Tracy McKenna

ART SPIEL: Reflections on the work of contemporary artists

Alignments at Flinn Gallery – Feature Project: with curator Tracy McKenna

January 12, 2022

Alignments at Flinn Gallery in CT is a three-person exhibition featuring abstract work by Meghan Brady, Ben Godward, and Erika Ranee, curated by Tracy McKenna. The work triangulates around shapes and strata. It runs through January 26th, 2022.

Pictured: Installation view of “Alignments”, courtesy Flinn Gallery


Greenwich Time

by Karen Tensa

December 15, 2021

GREENWICH — “Alignments,” a show of new abstract art that was two years in the making and opening this week at the Flinn Gallery, will feature the work of three artists including one who grew up in town.


The Flinn Gallery is pleased to present Alignments, an exploration of new abstract work by artists Meghan Brady, Ben Godward, and Erika Ranee, and curated by Tracy McKenna.

These three dynamic artists triangulate around shapes and strata in their work, embrace supercharged color, and overlap in the physicality of their mark making. An opening reception will be held December 16, from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

Erika Ranee seeks to “create new, different ways of mark making” in a process which is both additive and subtractive. She utilizes the entirety of her studio space, working first on the floor to layer pours of paint and water from cleaning her brushes, then builds up the surface with paper recycled from prior studio uses.

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