November 3 - December 31, 2018

 
 Robin Dintiman   She Fell, He Disintigrated, Black Flowers Rained Down as Darkness Descended

Robin Dintiman
She Fell, He Disintigrated, Black Flowers Rained Down as Darkness Descended

ROBIN DINTIMAN
BACK FROM THE BARDO; BEREAVEMENT

My camera is a sketchbook. A daily journaling of glimpses, barely audible sights that are not articulate to consciousness. In both sculpture/printmaking, the more process generates form, the more unique the work becomes.  I seek this “integration of process with my feeling state” to find the intimacy of vulnerability. From this connection to a feeling state, the human condition becomes articulate.

 
 Mary Sweeney  Leaf Pile

Mary Sweeney
Leaf Pile

MARY SWEENEY
LEAF PILE

My work is an exploration of the natural environment, its sustainability and its fragility. I wish to invite the viewer to contemplate the leaves and to recognize the passing of time by creating a static moment. This gesture offers a space for reflection on the future of dwelling together in our vulnerable world.

 

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