Defining Fields

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The work in Defining Fields has a zen-like formal quality that stems from a hands-on working process. The simplicity of marks, shapes, and color create a quiet presence and belies the generous amount of time spent to create the tactile surfaces. They offer the viewer a chance to tune out and contemplate what is in front of them.

Elisa Soliven arranges pieces of colored ceramic into grid-like compositions embedded in sculptural clay vessels. The muted color of the clay forms embrace the separated pieces and hold them together creating a community of colored shapes that maintain an individual sovereignty.

Jimbo Blachly paints abstract spaces that are symbolic of thought processes and levels of understanding.

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