Our current exhibition Transmission Lines with Ryan Wallace and Chris Duncan was recently featured in The Huffington Post.
“Ryan Wallace, hailing from New York, muses on roughly the same geometric form through various mediums and color capturing vastly different emotions, despite the seemingly minute differences between each piece. Over time the converging points in Wallace’s work cease to bec a reference point for the viewer, plunging the mind into a graceful drone. The texture of Wallace’s “Polemic” series are reminiscent of marble with minor speckled anomalies that make you search for answers.”
“Chris Duncan’s work zeroes in on an airy, ephemeral quality, approaching the notion of ‘undefined’ in a different manner. Duncan is less ambiguous with his materials, which are quite often crayon. However, in completely lacking any points of reference or geography, Duncan the same bewildering effect as his fellow exhibitor. Representing Oakland, CA, the lines of Duncan’s work are difficult to track, like staring into the bright California sun in an attempt to make out its shape. It is hard to tell whether the tonal lines are revolving around the circular mass depicted or if they are consuming it.”
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