Roz Chast: Drawings, Textiles and Dyed Eggs

Roz Chast Library Cover, published Oct. 18, 2010 watercolor and ink on paper 10 x 8 inches

Roz Chast
Library Cover, published Oct. 18, 2010
watercolor and ink on paper
10 x 8 inches

If you read the  New Yorker then you know the wit and wisdom of Roz Chast’s wonderful cartoons.  Something More Pleasant, at the Danese/Corey Gallery, gives you an opportunity to see Chast’s work up close, and appreciate them not only for their humor but also for their artistry.

The exhibition is a mix of Chast’s cartoons and New Yorker covers, as well as textiles and pysanka (dyed eggs) created with the same humor and flair.

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The show will be on view through April 18th. And, if you are a fan of Roz Chast, you can see more of her work at the Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge, MA) this summer.

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