Striations, featuring new work by Kia Neill (Houston) and Margaret Withers (New York), explores the way in which form and pattern shape the natural world. While Neill’s paintings are reminiscent of molecular structures and the human body’s internal circulatory network rendered in rich hues and delicate lines, Withers incorporates suggestions of the external landscape, punctuating her paintings with crude architectural forms connected by a network of telephone lines and swirls and swoops of exaggerated color. Viewed together, the works in the exhibition set the stage for a fascinating study of comparison and contrast.
Kia Neill | Margaret Withers
August 3 - September 1, 2013
By Lynet McDonald | Published: July 19, 2013