Guest curated by Alix Sloan of Sloan Fine Art, Cathie Bleck‘s work is a series of luscious explorations into color, light, movement and form. Her expressive gestures — both subtractive and additive — create depth and lightness. Raeleen Kao uses bodily imagery: hair, skin and scars to depict the interrelationship of mortality, bodily frailty, consciousness, and identity. Her drawings expose extreme personal vulnerabilities yet project a quiet and profound sophistication.
Image: Left – Cathie Bleck, Bouquet, Kaolin clay, inks, lacquer, oil on panel, 24 x 24 x 2”, 2019; Right – Raeleen Kao, Every Creeping Thing (I), 2 plate etching, 14 x 11", 2019