Intricately cut paper reveals the joy of Black children in vibrant colors.
Nested shapes appear to radiate and float in the cosmos amid a softly diffused palette of grays, pinks, blues, and yellows that emphasize their transformative, mystical quality.
Each piece serves as a sort of sensory field note, cataloging the sights, sounds, smells, and textures of forest, beach, marsh, and pond.
Biagini discovers and creates new connections—real and imaginative—among fragmented images, patterns and abstractions.
Heimer’s paintings evoke narrative friezes and tapestries, where outdoor landscape and interiors are organized into distinct rows or thresholds, each portraying a different stage in the lives of her characters.
“I am able to mix and do a dance with color that I didn’t do with sculpture,” she says.
Round Weather’s second exhibition recognizes fire as central to our earthen experience.
Inspired by the Proust novel, the pandemic and our last exhibition at our Pioneer Square address, this show draws connections with the nature of time, the transportive quality of memory, and the immense pleasure in the details of looking at objects.