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Gregory Euclide

Gregory Euclide

Work from the solo exhibition at Merry Karnowsky Gallery, by Gregory Euclide, “What Was Still In The Pause of My Advance.” Euclide states: “The exaggerated folds of the thick watercolor paper transform the flat, framed image of the traditional landscape into a dimensional topography that cannot be completely owned from one vantage point. The three-dimensional forms of these new terrains -- painted on both sides and containing hidden vignettes -- encourage the kind of exploration one might find in nature rather than a traditional picture.” Make sure to visit the Paper Darts interview with Gregory Euclide.

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Jennifer Davis

Jennifer Davis

Samantha French

Samantha French

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