Art In America

Katy Stone

at Ryan Lee,
527 W. 26th St.

 

The Seattle-based artist, fascinated with natural processes from the cellular to the cosmic, presents a selection of brand-new works in her signature style. The droopy, swirly accumulations of colorful acetate or aluminum cutouts—most of them wall-hung—evoke virtually every imaginable composite that twists, falls or flows: fog, water, willow trees, smoke, constellations. Her bright industrial materials imply an unusually cheerful dialogue between the organic and the manmade.

 

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