Second show at new gallery.
The works in 'Entropical Paradise' describe a pictorial perestroika, a state where a utopian image plane has become unstable or out of reach, and is in the process of restructuring with unforeseeable results. Expansive landscapes rendered faintly over raw linen are analysed and contemplated by a language of geometric forms, markers and demarcations that cast a recticle over the painted space, optimistically charting its return to a paradise lost.
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