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on February 25 at
Ryan Molenkamp’s 17 Place (2007), oil on panel, 34 by 70 inches
At Form/Space Atelier.
If you turn it on its side, it looks like Klimt trying to channel Georgia O'Keefe.
@1, that's pretty funny.
It also looks like an interpretation of a rapidly growing city — a disjointed grid structure that seems like it's in the midst of change, dark areas to suggest water or holes in the ground, two sides with some tentative bridge between the two....
Maybe that's too literal, I don't know.
Anyway it's cool, I like it.
I agree--it's good.
Will probably check out the gallery sometime this week.
The whole show is fantastic.
ryan's work is consistently fantastic!
I'm always impressed with Ryan's work. I look forward to seeing more.
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