Perspectival shifts abound in this reverie of abstract allusion. Color and form wade and set as each material takes shape on uneven ground. Calling on traditions of expressive landscape painting and meticulously sewn textile/craft Corey Ruecker and Amy Kim Keeler explore the possibilities of picturing an alternate space/field of vision. Ruecker’s paintings are fluid in their descriptions of washy landscapes that pull us in and push us back. Keeler’s handmade abstractions reminisce on light and range, sound waves and striations, as she stitches patterns informed by Anthroposophy and Goethe.
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