Lynne golob gelfman
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 — Sunday, September 2, 2012
The works in the exhibition, scapes, reference water, clouds and sand as well as aerial views of Greco-Roman ruins.
The focus of the show is the dune paintings, a series of images whose surfaces change with the slightest shift in viewing position or the angle of light.
These paintings, which are never the same nor fixed in time, are experiences in perception, about what happens when the viewer traverses the image.