May 14, 2014 § Leave a comment
From the Hosfelt Gallery in San Francisco.
like all of her work, these use nature as metaphor to explore human emotion. her inconography of trees, water, rocks, mountains, clouds and the stars and moon recount stories, or maybe it’d be more accurate to say open-ended fables. because even after you’ve deciphered her symbolic language, it’s never really certain what’s going on.
of course, that’s what makes them interesting… every viewer brings their own interpretation based on their experience (and issues). think of them as psychological landscapes. or representational rorschachs.
is the tree supporting the moon here? a gentle caress? a tender embrace? or is the moon pushing the tree around? bullying. holding it down. turning it into a bent thing… incapable of reaching its potential?
is the moon an obligation? a burden? you know the expression, “the weight of the world on your shoulders.”
perhaps the moon is illuminating the reflection of the birch… the lamp…
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