Ro Lohin: Snow Paintings
exhibition dates: January 28 - February 22, 2014
reception: Thursday, January 30, 6 - 8 pm
This selection of paintings by Ro Lohin conveys the idea that landscape can be used as a metaphor for emotional states. Working outdoors, under winter’s harsh conditions, Lohin paints from passages of trees and hedgerows. While her color palette suggests freezing temperatures, Lohin’s heated brushwork has an animation reflective of twisted branches against snowy fields and the slanting shadows of winter light. These images have an urgency about them, a need to break the silence of a frozen world through movement and a deeply felt interaction with nature. Visit www.rolohin.com for more information. View online catalog here
Paints in New York and Yucatan, Mexico.