Adrianne Lobel is a multidisciplinary American artist with an extensive career in stage design for ballet, opera, and theater, on and off Broadway, in major regional theaters, and in Europe. She has also been painting for over two decades. This exhibition brings together twelve paintings and twelve tapestries created over the last year in a secluded stone house in Rhinebeck, NY. Surrounded by fields and woods, Lobel works outdoors, creating small plein air paintings that become the basis for larger canvases made in her studio in Hoboken. The tapestries are, in turn, based on the paintings, where the very nature of needlepoint means that the images become more abstracted. Shown side-by-side, these images speak to Lobel’s obsession with the translation of nature.