Eve Stockton Announces Art Installation at NYU Langone Medical Center
New York University Langone Medical Center has installed a collection of Eve Stockton’s art. Highlights include:
Woodland Skyscape: Stockton’s large-scale woodcut prints are inspired by close observation of nature. The enlarged scale of this ceiling installation magnifies the imagery of the forest canopy experienced through tree silhouettes. The interplay of layered colors and shapes creates a playful balance between representation and abstraction while inviting the viewer to not only look out but also look above.
Ensemble: Clouds & Zumscapes: Eve Stockton’s woodcut prints are inspired by the natural world observed and the primordial world imagined. Her presentation of prints in series helps her to enlarge on themes of variation and scale. With this grouping of Clouds and Zumscape prints, colors shift subtly to suggest the passage of time or the process of evolution.
(left) Eve inspects the installation of her Clouds and Zumscapes in the NYU Langone Medical Center Art Collection.
(right) Woodland Landscape (Purple and Green) (2012) © Eve Stockton, One Park Avenue, Child Psychiatry, 8th Fl. Commissioned and Owned by the NYU Langone Medical Center Art Program and Collection. Photograph by: Carlos René Pérez
(center & right) Jaune Bloom (2010) and Bloom 41 © Eve Stockton, Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine. Owned by the NYU Langone Medical Center Art Program and Collection. Photograph by: Carlos René Pérez