This month’s featured artist is Jennifer Gilles. Gilles’ watercolor paintings deal with an interest in the continuity of space between solid and intangible form and the deconstruction of these visual boundaries through the utilization of color, fragmentation and finite detail.
Most of Jennifer’s inspiration comes from atmospheric and lighting variations in natural and urban environments. She strives to move away from anything too representational and instead would like to convey a vague sense of environment. Upon closer inspection, each tiny fragment within the painting can be seen as its own miniature landscape or independent watercolor painting but more importantly, it contributes to the whole when viewed at a distance.
Opening Reception March 13, 6-9pm