Colleen Stepanic’s paintings focus on the parallels between geological processes and human experience. She draw connections between the ways in which earth is built up, saved, and destroyed through natural cycles and the way one’s own life events are similarly cyclical. These works utilize geological references as a starting point for tactile, physically intrusive works. Using process as metaphor, she disregards the flat plain and engages in a number of aggressive actions against the basic structure of painting. She attacks the surface with paint, scissors, and with needles.
Part of M&T 4th Friday @ the TriMain CenterApril 04, 2017 | Comments Off on Colleen McCubbin Stepanic: Current, June 23-August 4, 2017