Neal Beckerman is investigating the breaking down of form into abstraction. Using resin-reinforced plaster, paint, sand and other found materials, Beckerman brings emphasis to aspects of reality that are normally disregarded: a television that has been turned off, disconnected fragments of thought, or the unedited contents of a bottom drawer.
Cole Caswell is a nomadic artist exploring the impact of contemporary culture on the natural environment. Infusing 19th century tintype techniques with a current feel, Caswell offers a surreal glimpse of our fading wilderness.
Munira Naqui's recent body of work offers an extended invitation for quiet contemplation. Using encaustic, pigment and graphite, Naqui creates seductive, ethereal compositions that encourage a slowing down into stillness and reflection.
We are pleased to introduce the work of Harrison Walker to our spaces. Walker creates texturally stunning abstractions using diverse photographic processes. Harrison writes, "I find myself working at the boundaries of what I do not understand. My work is driven by photographic materialism. The images and objects created reference time, memory, history, and the otherworldly. By working intuitively through the process of search and discovery, I employ the visual alchemy of printmaking, drawing, and photographic materials to create forms that evoke an experiential and emotional viewing."