|Susie Rosmarin, Gingham Variation, acrylic on canvas, 2003|
WARNING: Are you epileptic? If so, I wouldn’t recommend this exhibition. I’m not epileptic and this exhibition still made me dizzy and made my head feel fuzzy. Though if you like feeling fuzzy you should check out this show. You have been warned.
|Susie Rosmarin, Spectrum #10, acrylic on canvas, 2009|
|Susie Rosmarin, Gray #3, acrylic on canvas, 2011|
|Susie Rosmarin, Gray #3, acrylic on canvas, 2011 (close up of painting)|
|Hana Hillerova, Untitled (Unfolding Space), iron and paint, 2009|
Hana Hillerova was the artist with the sculptures that were iron and paint and one iron and mirror. She had four white sculptures and one with the mirrors which made it reflective. There were no sculptures in the middle of the room; each one was around five feet from the wall. This gave you a nice open space in the middle of the room. Her sculptures’ main focus was about lines and the spaces these lines created. Having the middle of the room open helped so that when you looked at a piece with your back to the wall the sculpture was closest to, the spaces didn’t get cluttered with another sculpture. This gave you a chance to experience each one individually and appreciate each piece. I also liked how you could look through the spaces and see Rosmarin’s colorful canvases. For example Untitled (Unfolding Space) was interesting to look through the different spaces to see the different color changes in Susie Rosmarn’s Spectrum #11. If you go you need to try this.