Harwood features abstraction

Seif, No. 1 by Rachel Zollinger allows the viewers eye to follow the path of an organic line as it passes through a geometric grid while creating an elegant low relief topographical sculpture.

“Seif, No. 1” by Rachel Zollinger allows the viewer’s eye to follow the path of an organic line as it passes through a geometric grid while creating an elegant low relief topographical sculpture.

The Harwood Art Center is hosting two stunning shows titled “Re (structure),” recent work by neo-minimalist Rachel Zollinger in the front gallery, and “Overlap” with abstract paintings and collage by Michael Hudock, Orlando Leyba and Kevin Tolman.

Zollinger has installed a very professional looking and well-crafted solo exhibition celebrating the topography of lines within both two and three dimensional compositions. This is a very accomplished and well-executed body of work that nicely revisits minimalism with

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Harwood features abstraction

Seif, No. 1 by Rachel Zollinger allows the viewers eye to follow the path of an organic line as it passes through a geometric grid while creating an elegant low relief topographical sculpture.

“Seif, No. 1” by Rachel Zollinger allows the viewer’s eye to follow the path of an organic line as it passes through a geometric grid while creating an elegant low relief topographical sculpture.

The Harwood Art Center is hosting two stunning shows titled “Re (structure),” recent work by neo-minimalist Rachel Zollinger in the front gallery, and “Overlap” with abstract paintings and collage by Michael Hudock, Orlando Leyba and Kevin Tolman.

Zollinger has installed a very professional looking and well-crafted solo exhibition celebrating the topography of lines within both two and three dimensional compositions. This is a very accomplished and well-executed body of work that nicely revisits minimalism

Article source: http://www.abqjournal.com/335257/entertainment/harwood-features-abstraction.html

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