Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Fresh Meadows

Illustrating the subconscious Jackson Heights artist Clara Fialho delves into our psychology with her abstract expressions

At the beginning of the 20th century, Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung invented the term “collective unconscious,” which suggested that all people share inherent subconscious ideas and dreams. Attracted to Jung’s idea of a universal thought process, Jackson Heights artist Clara Fialho has transformed this concept into her work by painting dreamy, child-like images onto large, enveloping canvases of pleasurable colors. Comment.
Arts

Illustrating the subconscious

At the beginning of the 20th century, Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung invented the term “collective unconscious,” which suggested that all people share inherent subconscious ideas and dreams. Attracted to Jung’s idea of a universal thought process, Jackson Heights artist Clara Fialho has transformed this concept into her work by painting dreamy, child-like images onto large, enveloping canvases of pleasurable colors. Comment.
Astoria Times

Illustrating the subconscious 

At the beginning of the 20th century, Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung invented the term “collective unconscious,” which suggested that all people share inherent subconscious ideas and dreams. Attracted to Jung’s idea of a universal thought process, Jackson Heights artist Clara Fialho has transformed this concept into her work by painting dreamy, child-like images onto large, enveloping canvases of pleasurable colors. Comment.
Food

New World Mall: Asian fare in Flushing not for the faint

Flushing has added a new venue for diners with curious palates looking for a cheap thrill. The New World Mall, on Main Street, has taken over the site of the long-defunct Caldor and turned it into a savory slice of Asia. Comment.

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