Extracting Abstraction, Looking at the Interior

Museums are connected spaces for looking through, around, into and ultimately at something; spaces for looking and for seeing, spaces that themselves can be looked at and seen as two-dimensional “abstract” forms — images of ephemeral moments and transient traces that seek to capture some essence of the interior space.

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Phototransfer, Collage, Pastel, Graphite, and Ink on Stonehenge  |  2012  | 8 x 6 inches

Ringling Interior in Gold and Peach

Ringling Interior, Portal

Ringling Interior, Green Room

Ringling Interior, Afternoon Interlude

Ringling Interior, Looking at Art

Ringling Interior, Red Room

Ringling Interior, At the Piano