with artist danielle eubank
January 8 – March 25, 2018
Danielle Eubank’s work occupies the liminal space between abstraction and representation, actively seeking out the tipping point between the conceptual and visible in her subject of choice: water. She considers the forms created by ripples in a pond or the lines of receding waves a foundation for deconstruction. From this point of departure, she creates patterns within patterns, representing vertical stacks of rhythms in the physical subject matter. Eubank work also highlights questions of proximity that brings the subject right up to the surface of the canvas, almost into the viewer’s space. By layering the paint with broad brushstrokes, she invites the viewer to appreciate the physical, painterly qualities that form the depth of that experience.