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Current Exhibition

Many Rivers / Ravenna Taylor

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In this show Ravenna explores oil painting using a special paper called Arches Huile which is formatted to withstand oil paint and solvents without the need for priming. The result is a delightful mix of drawing, washes, stains and brushwork with the special tactile qualities that paper offers. The artist’s subject matter includes her characteristic use of geometric forms as influenced by her observations of various systems. But the medium imbues the work with a velvety richness and warmth which, with the controlled gestural quality of some of the forms, contrasts the specificity of the geometry.

March 2nd to April 12th, 2015

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Project Room

Raw Paint ~ Denise Gale

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In the Project Room we are pleased to present recent paintings by Denise Gale. This show presents a wonderful counterpoint and contrast to Ravenna’s paintings in that the paint is dense and thickly layered. These highly gestural pieces invoke a child-like innocence – especially for the color combinations and the loose paint handling. Yet a second looks reveals the solid composition evident in each piece with a spare collection of forms. In all of them large ‘slabs’ of solid, yet nuanced color, bumps up against the quick rendering of a line that reveals a sophisticated complexity.

March 2nd to April 12th, 2015

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