Exhibition

November Exhibition at Art in General

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Nov 9, 1985–Nov 30, 1985
Exhibition
November Exhibition at Art in General
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November Exhibition at Art in General

Thor Rinden, Ilene Sterns, Dez Ryan, Carolyn Conrad, Barbara Andrus

This group show features works by five artists in various media that express intensified emotions by means of restraint. Using various strategies such as a restricted palette and minimal forms, the works in this exhibition suggest meaning through absence. Dez Ryan paints natural images in a limited range of colors; Thor Rinden’s square canvases are grounded by a governing geometry of inset squares, out of which a vivid color scheme emerges; Ilene Stern presents small-scale narrative paintings that feature imagery such as a beached whale and a boxing kangaroo; Carolyn Conrad draws and paints images of birds and figures on plaster; the wood constructions of Barbara Andrus use basic shapes such as discs set in squares.