Opening Reception: Friday, February 1 at 6:00pm.
Showing through 2/23
Katherine McDowell’s one-of-a-kind monotypes celebrate her love for the colors and textures of nature. Her show “Abstract Seascapes” explores color relationships, while their compositions hint at abstract seascapes. Her images give pause, communicating differently, depending on what the viewer brings emotionally to the scene.
Becky Knold’s exhibition “Meditation Paintings” are her personal expression of the positivity in the face of a world that recently seems to be losing its direction and balance. Because her art is abstract, the particular ‘inner vision’ she experiences through meditation are perceive then depicted as shapes approximating circles, orbs, spheres, as well as various marks and lines, each with particular meaning.
Central to Seth Sexton’s “Current Obsessions” meticulous pen and ink drawings are repetition and pattern. The images are iconic, abstract and craft-like, reminiscent of Moroccan tribal rubs or aboriginal dream paintings – a symbolic roadmap from the inner working of the body to the stars above.
“Lake Monotype 416” by Katherine McDowell
17” x 24” on 22” x 30” paper
“Abandonment of Reason” by Becky Knold
Oil, cold wax, graphite, hand-painted collaged paper, on paper
12” x 16”
“Water Study II” by Seth Sexton
Pen & ink on paper
8” x 11”