The gallery is featuring the work of three artists who design, express, and create abstract images with extreme contrasts of tone.
Louise Laplante creates collages from vintage print materials over which she superimposes motifs and symbols. The bold graphic images contrast with the small-scale pattern of the text, but connect through a related theme as the aged and contemporary unite. William Clark is a photographer who captures abstract marks with light. He approaches the process as an artist might with a pencil, but while the pencil of light remains still, the paper (camera lens) moves to record glowing, intricate patterns. X Bonnie Woods works with folded paper to create three-dimensional planes on which she explores the luscious richness and fluidity of sumi ink marks, washes, and reticulations. The folded shapes of her paintings become irregular and risky, and frames cannot contain them.



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