Wednesday, April 23, 2014

In The Gallery - New Tricia Rumbolz Panel

Tricia Rumbolz recently delivered to the gallery a new piece. I could characterize it as a next step in her 'Focal Point' series, but this work leapfrogs far beyond the last few pieces in that series, (see 'In The Gallery - Tricia Rumbolz', January 12, 2014). This drawing (for lack of an exact description) ups the ante on both the number of focal points and the amount of work in evidence. The results are transfixing. Elements emerge, and edges bend as if by the influence of an unseen agent.  Photography does not due justice to Tricia's work, and that is a good thing. This is work that, although it might suggest the digital world, exists manifestly in the world of the hand made, and must be seen in person to be appreciated and enjoyed.
Tricia Rumbolz - 34 Focal Points, 3604 Lines - Archival Ink on Panel - 24 x 36 inches



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