Sydney Chastain-Chapman and Julie Tremblay at The Nassau County Museum of Art


The Nassau County Museum of Art hosts a new exhibition featuring two contemporary artists.


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By Video Journalist Stephanie Stern

The Contemporary Collectors Gallery exhibition pairs sculptural work by Julie Tremblay with paintings and works on paper by Sydney Chastain-Chapman. Both are New York artists whose work has been seen in solo and group exhibitions in North America and Europe. Tremblay's life-sized sculptures and installations are created from discarded industrial materials that allow the viewer to look within the work, making the inside as important as the outside. Working in a flat, representational style, Chastain-Chapman's work uses vibrant hues to depict the figures and settings of her paintings.

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