Monday, February 16, 2015

Iris Nardini and Diana Brooks at Martin Batchelor Gallery

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 7th    7-9 pm

In Slipping Glance, figurative sculptor Iris Nardini and painter Diana Brooks ponder the notion of transience. Iris explores personal issues of isolation, space, relationship and identity through the human figure. Her sculptural practice is largely inspired by the passing grace of movement and the truth in line of the human form. Alluding to gardens and windows, the mylar paintings by Diana Brooks are improvisations that emerge spontaneously. With an intent to evoke diverse interpretations, any meaning that can be attached is merely ephemeral.

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