Kathy Moss (Part II)
Creating her own gesso and paint bodies from Renaissance recipes, Kathy Moss depicts botanicals as mysterious archetypes in her work. Keenly aware of the suggestiveness and psychological meaning attached to flowers, they address issues of power, solipsism, and hierarchies. Traditionally working in a monochromatic neutral palette, Moss decisively introduces subtle hints of color in this new series of work. This solo exhibition will feature large scale oil paintings as well as smaller works on paper.