JHB Gallery at
Carleen Ligozio, Southampton
JHB Gallery  is delighted to announce a collaboration with  Carleen Ligozio , with a rotating exhibition of gallery artists' work on view at the Southampton, Long Island boutique throughout the summer. Our opening installation showcases work by  Ellen Carey Amanda Means , and  John Noestheden .
Ellen Carey
Dings & Shadows Suite (RGBYMC) , 2011
Color photogram, 24h x 20w in (each)
In Ellen Carey's Dings & Shadows, materials as well as colors take on meaning. These pictures in bold colors and expressive abstract compositions exist within a palette that maximizes photographic theory. Surfaces made tense and dense with visceral interventions capture “shadows” from the “dings.” Dramatic forms double the multiple twists and turns of the artist in the darkroom. 
Ellen Carey
Small Moire Pull Red/Purple (Mixed P-3/P-7 Pods on P-7) , 2005
24 X 20 Polaroid color positive print
49 x 23 inches
Ellen Carey creates images that are one-of-a-kind using the Polaroid one-step, peel away process. The “Pulls” are boldly displayed as color positive prints in Carey’s signature conical looping shapes, reminiscent of moiré patterns, wood grain, or photographic Newton rings. Her installations are visually rich, a visceral experience of synoptic clarity and “in situ” presentation direct from the artist’s hand and the Polaroid studio.
John Noestheden
Haze Clustering , 2017
Swarovski crystals, glue on Arches paper
40 x 60 inches
John Noestheden
Five Fuzzies , 2009
Swarovski silver crystals, acrylic, archival glue on Arches paper
42 x 30 inches
"In the Diamond Drawings, I’m investigating control, pattern, and beauty. The silver crystals reference the patterns found in star formations – or at least in the charts and star maps we humans construct in an attempt to understand and make sense of the universe. But in the end, what gives the drawing life is the random light reflections projecting through the silver crystals, shimmering across the surface of the paper." John Noestheden
Amanda Means
Light Bulb (Gramercy 2) , 2007
20 X 24 Polaroid
31 x 22 inches
"I use many different color gels and numerous exposures to create these sensual, energy-filled glimmering globes. I feel a visceral connection to the glowing light and sublime color emanating from these works. Much like a painter, I mix many different color gels to create these wondrous hues. The light bulb is transformed from its mass-produced origins to an object of unique beauty and limitless potential." Amanda Means
The Carleen Ligozio boutique has been a mainstay of Southampton's Main Street for over 17 years, foregrounding an eclectic curated mix of clothing, luxury jewelry, and accessories by a range of contemporary designers.

Carleen Ligozio 
16 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968
Store: (631) 204-0104
Mon-Sat: 10am–6pm
Sun: 12–6pm

*In adherence with State guidelines, the store will be adopting precautions to ensure staff and visitors' safety; masks will be required in-store, and numbers limited to enable social distancing.
For more information please contact JHB Gallery at   info@jhbgallery.com
T 212 255 9286 F 212 229 8998