Suzanne Caporael develops work based on her observations of nature and our attempts to define and control it. The resulting works are as formal as they are lyrical, as aesthetically pleasing as they are conceptually challenging. Taking a less-is-more approach, Caporael distills her observations from her road trips and time spent in nature into slightly off-kilter rows and columns of shapes of color and pattern, giving the suggestion of a lap-held diary.
Artsy Editorial: Five Very Different Shows at Five Great Galleries
From London to Los Angeles, Artsy features five galleries whose exhibitions are garnering attention with emerging and mid-career artists. Daniel Brice’s third solo show at Western Projects includes several large paintings expressing the beauty of California landscapes and the Pacific Ocean.