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Claire Seidl

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Ravenna Taylor

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Current Exhibition

Iona Kleinhaut / A Sparkle of Madness

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These new works on paper comprise a series of 10 pieces that Iona calls A Sparkle of Madness. Each piece is quite diminutive holding to the same dimensions of 12 x 9 inches. Nevertheless, given the artistís signature dynamic handling of the visual elements each one presents an emotional explosion that varies within the body of the work.  Some pieces hit you right between the eyes with their raw expressionism. But in others a more nuanced relationship between color, contrast, form and space is offered. Still, in all of them regardless of what first catches the eye, those same relationships prove to be magnificently complex and sublime to a varying degree.

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June 10th to September 14th 2014

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Cynthia Hartling / Between A Thought and A Thing: Paintings

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We are very pleased to present the paintings of Cynthia Hartling. Her work deftly combines static forms with dynamic explosions of color and form. At first glance these are wonderfully cheerful works. But a closer look reveals the seriousness with which Cynthia approaches painting. As she mentions in her statement on the work, My tendency is to be a searcher, a discoverer, and a finder of form, color, significance, and meaning, rather than a maker ex nihilo. You see the evidence for this in way she works within a definitive style while also pushing out against it.

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Wyoming Series

June 10th to September 14th 2014

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