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Four Women

Liana Dragomir, Rachel Goodyear, Eleanor Moreton & Megan Sullivan

November 14 – December 24, 2009

Four Women
Four Women
Clown like figure portrait

Bet/h II  2008

Oil on canvas

30 cm x 24 cm

Painting of person throwing darts

Double Target

Oil on canvas

8” x 8” 1500.

Woman in bikini dancing next to butterfly

Hypnotist (butterfly), 2008


Pencil and watercolor on paper

42 cm x 60 cm

Hairy creature licking arm

Itchy Arm, 2009

Pencil, pencil crayon and watercolor on paper

30 cm x 42 cm


Family gathered together

Making New Acquaintances, 2009

Pencil and watercolor on paper

30cm. X 42 cm.  

Four Women

Liana Dragomir. Rachel Goodyear. Eleanor Moreton. Megan Sullivan
November 14, 2009 – December 24, 2009

Jack Hanley Gallery is pleased to present a group showing of Liana Dragomir, Rachel Goodyear, Eleanor Moreton, and Megan Sullivan in NYC at the Watts Street space, opening  Saturday, November 14th and continuing until December 24th. Whether through the dream-like rendering of the mundane, the careful construction of peculiar coincidences, or the confusing of the patriarcal/matriarchal dichotomy, these four women penetrate the physche and twist our constructed social norms that claim “reality.”  


Rachel Goodyear’s drawings present captured moments where characters reside within an existence where social etiquette no longer, or maybe never, applied.  Set against a stark white background, the figures are seemingly devoid of emotion or stare blankly in resignation. Subverting norms of a different kind, Eleanor Moreton’s paintings eall into question the relationship of authoratative women and symbolic masculine attire. She seamlessly glosses together polemic historical images to create new potentials.  Liana Dragomir's subjects are more removed from us; depicted relaxing in hammocks or thumbing through books, their faces are blurred to preserve their anonymity and to allow us to imagine ourselves savouring such moments.