Women (& men) Out of Line: exploring the figure as metaphor

Deborah Curtiss
East Gallery
January 2 – February 2, 2019

Curtiss, explores a unique and alluring synthesis of drawing and painting on unprimed linen canvases, most of which are “trapezial”: four sides of unequal length. With no edge a true vertical or horizontal, she awakens realities that lie beyond the obvious.

The figure drawings are inspired by old masters which are superimposed with images from city planning and/or the built environment. The names of the paintings are derived from 3-letter permutations from the phrase ars longa (art is/lives long/forever).

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