Through a key decision to incorporate the color black as ground, Haywood has produced his most mature body of work to date.
His desires and narratives are given visual form through photography, a medium that is as true and objective as it is malleable and obfuscating.
The beauty of nature is both fierce and fragile: the destructive power of a tornado wrapped in the delicacy of flower petals.
She works in painting, sculpture, installation, and photography, and with a wide range of materials including bowling balls, discarded objects, and folded tar paper.
In her pieces, Karimi has appropriated geometric and tiling patterns with Kufic script from a 97-foot late medieval Iranian document called the Topkapi scroll housed at the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul, Turkey.
Her inspirations come from quilting patterns, needlepoint patterns, and woven tapestry.
Kathleen King emphasizes the personal, social, and cultural aspects of collecting and arranging found materials in her exhibition, Other Lives.
Biagini discovers and creates new connections—real and imaginative—among fragmented images, patterns and abstractions.
The Last Tree proposes that humans should consider what the loss of trees means for our own future.
Created out of wet formed vellum paper, Andrea Brewster’s new body of sculptural work entitled “Frozen Moment” explores the delicate, yet energetically dynamic processes of the natural world and the chaotically creased geography of crumpled paper.