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During the early months of the pandemic, Lane Rockford Orsak's garden was blowing up with color and the energy was visceral. Holding paint brushes annoyed her and being careful was agonizing, so she began using her hands and adding other media. She found she could get to more of her feelings. She was intrigued with creating a shape and feeling free to remove it, or leave a part of it exposed, or faintly revealed, like human emotions and what we choose to show, say, or reveal. She refers to the work as “graphic expressionism,” as I am concerned with composition and line, while conveying real expression and deeply personal feelings.

The exhibit will be on display until April 24.

During the early months of the pandemic, Lane Rockford Orsak's garden was blowing up with color and the energy was visceral. Holding paint brushes annoyed her and being careful was agonizing, so she began using her hands and adding other media. She found she could get to more of her feelings. She was intrigued with creating a shape and feeling free to remove it, or leave a part of it exposed, or faintly revealed, like human emotions and what we choose to show, say, or reveal. She refers to the work as “graphic expressionism,” as I am concerned with composition and line, while conveying real expression and deeply personal feelings.

The exhibit will be on display until April 24.

During the early months of the pandemic, Lane Rockford Orsak's garden was blowing up with color and the energy was visceral. Holding paint brushes annoyed her and being careful was agonizing, so she began using her hands and adding other media. She found she could get to more of her feelings. She was intrigued with creating a shape and feeling free to remove it, or leave a part of it exposed, or faintly revealed, like human emotions and what we choose to show, say, or reveal. She refers to the work as “graphic expressionism,” as I am concerned with composition and line, while conveying real expression and deeply personal feelings.

The exhibit will be on display until April 24.

WHEN

WHERE

Cloud Tree Studios & Gallery
3411 E. 5th St.
Austin, TX 78702
http://www.cloudtreestudiosandgallery.com/calendar/2022/4/14/pink-moon-lane-rockford-orsak

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