Fossils & Limestone: Drawings by Carla Aurich at Indian Road Café

NOW through February 20Fossils

Indian Road Café
600 West 218 St. @ Indian Road

Jason Minter & Indian Road Shows present  Fossils & Limestone, Drawings by Carla Aurich.

“A fossil is absence as presence, history imprinted and layered through time.”The materials used in these drawings, sumi ink, printing ink and gouache, evoke earth, stone, steel and reflection. Paper folds and ink blots function as structure and chance, creating a grid like structure along with organic forms, suggesting evolution and decay.
Carla Aurich, an adjunct professor of visual arts at Yeshiva University, received her MFA from the University of Iowa with a focus on painting and printmaking. She is a recipient of a NYFA 9/11 grant, Creative Capital grant, MTA art prize, and a Pelzer-Lynch fellowship. Aurich has lived and worked in New York since 1998.
Indian Road Café, “the last café on the only road,” is located at 600 West 218th Street, New York, NY 10034, a short walk from the A train at 207th Street, across the street from Inwood Hill Park.
For reservations, please call (212) 942-7451.