Women and Their Work presents Meg Aubrey: "Surface" opening reception
Meg Aubrey’s candy-colored palette belies the loneliness, disquiet, and isolation she renders in her paintings of up-scale suburban life. Manicured lawns in tree-lined neighborhoods imply a domestic ideal of beauty and security, but Aubrey suggests that acquiring and maintaining this pristine environment exacts a heavy price. These orderly landscapes mirrored by orderly interiors offer scant comfort for the anxiety of their inhabitants.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through September 6.