A study of line, color and abstraction, this exhibition will be at Tayloe Piggott Gallery’s Project Space where the still, intimate environment liberates the expressive power of this body of work from three artists.
A keen observer of human fragility, Ruznic’s disfigured sculptures reflect the hidden physical and emotional trauma in our world. With similar intention, Ruznic also works with oil, ink, and watercolor to create abstract paintings.
Distilling everyday objects and figures into geometric shapes, Sher’s work is an intuitive dance of color and line. These shapes interact and echo across the translucent page in order to tell a narrative or create a specific mood.
Dunstan illuminates the different ways that individuals connect to other bodies. Working from oil, charcoal, gouache and acrylic on canvas or board, Dunstan’s distinct aesthetic offers a touchstone for the viewer to reflect on the mysterious bonds that draw us to one another.