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​​OPUS Projects is pleased to present first solo exbhition at OPUSTraffic

An opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 5, 6-8pm.


Linda Gottesfeld's  series of paintings on scrap metal and paper in Traffic present immersive movements of action, conversations at high speeds and in complicated nets of communication.They address places from the past with current images; media, medium, and memory are warped in reused fragments. 



Traffic embodies the sense of past as present, the surface emerges with this confluence of site and time.


The past is never dead. It's not even past” William Faulkner

Traffic (noun)

1. Movement of vehicles

2. Trade

3. Traffic is a state of attempting to move on.

4. Negotiations


Linda Gottesfeld's one-woman exhibit Pearlbrook Drive at Ellen Miller Gallery in Boston was reviewed in The Boston Globe (2012). Her most recent oil-on-paper paintings were exhibited in June in a three-person exhibit at Valentine in Brooklyn and this fall Ghosts of the Catskills in Livingston Manor, New York. LG graduated from The Rhode Island School of Design  with a BFA and from The University of California, Berkeley with an MFA. Gottesfeld is a professor of studio art at Pace University.

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