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Painting courtesy of the gallery 2016, I.III
Pattern and Fragmentation, 2016
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Interference, Trine Bumiller’s fifth solo show with the gallery through February 2017.
Trine Bumiller continues her investigations of landscape and memory with her latest body of work. Her paintings combine imagery of the organic world and of human construction, both as she observes them and through the altering lens of memory. Abstraction and hints of representation engage with one another in the field, paralleling the tension of the perceived and the imagined.
In Space and Time, Laura Fayer, 2016
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Beyond Measure, Laura Fayer’s second solo show with the gallery through February 11th 2017
Laura Fayer’s work is deeply rooted in the concept of wabi-sabi, which she was first exposed to while living in Japan as a child. She prioritizes a sense of discovery as she works, reacting to the paint and following the natural direction it takes, reflecting a sense of impermanence, imperfection, visual economy, and intimacy.