Beth Dary, ‘Teem (series)’, 2013, Muriel Guépin Gallery

About Beth Dary

Through repeating images of circles and bubbles, rendered in a variety of media, Beth Dary explores our destabilization of the landscape and climate. She notes that bubbles and circles can be found everywhere: “Bubbles of ancient CO2 captured in Arctic ice; mottled primordial landscapes that, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, grew inside houses; fractal patterns formed by the liquid contaminants in urban runoff.” The artist has floated glass orbs in water, adhered hand-cast barnacles to walls, made drawings of circles documenting drift patterns along beaches, and created bubble-like concretions out of resin and wax. Through this repeated motif, Dary not only connects a variety of natural phenomena, but also creates her own constellation of forms.


Solo Shows on Artsy

New Nature, Muriel Guépin Gallery, New York

Group Shows on Artsy

Matters at Hand, Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan
Waterways IV, Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan