Cat’s Whisker Diode Pulses– Dan Buettner
Wander –Elaine Rutherford.
Cat’s Whisker Diode Pulses, the current painting exhibition by artist Daniel
Buettner, is a series of intents designed to prove the question “what is being communicated here?” and is both moot and certain, and naturally so. Buettner’s acrylic paintings of the tried and true people, animals, and things, relate visual matters of fact, that only exist in the plane of the painting. Once the viewer leaves the painting, whatever effect that has been created, is lost. Buettner’s work is meant to be humorous and insightful, playfully serious, and dreadfully beautiful.
Rutherford works in various media including drawing, painting, and sculpture. In the exhibition Wander, Rutherford will show new work which reflects her ongoing interest in themes of landscape and the body and the ways in which one’s sense of place and sense of self might be intrinsically connected to a particular geography or landscape.
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