Employing a boggling array of shapes, textures and colors, Rex Ray’s collages resemble mash-ups of ’50-style home décor motifs, extraterrestrial floral fantasies and symbolist imagery.
Archives for September 2009
The artists in GEO-MORPH expand the language of biomorphic and geometric abstraction in ways that are materially inventive and intellectually challenging.
Jenn Shifflet’s paintings are like pools of light emanating from indeterminate sources. They exist in a brackish wash of terrestrial, aquatic and celestial atmospherics.
Joan Moment’s paintings suggest that we exist outside of time and space: that we are at once everywhere and nowhere — like stars and galaxies whose images are history before they even reach us.
Enrique Chagoya builds on his love of pop culture, European high art and his knowledge of the dark side of sunny American optimism.