march 2005


Pamela Grau Twena, Dana Lovell, & Jeffrey Koegel

March 2nd - 27th, 2005

Press Release


Pamela Grau Twena uses many medias: cast resins, clay, chalk, paint, wood, fire and plastic dolls to create figurative metaphors with which she plays out dialogues about identity, boundaries, perception, and surrender.


Dana Collins Lovell's "The 36 Addresses Project" is the culmination of a two-year project that examines memory in a specific way.


Jeff Koegel makes textural, hard edge paintings that use elements of urban and domestic spaces as metaphor for technology and human emotion. Koegel¹ suninhabited landscapes seem to float weightlessly in infinite space, like an uneasy dream suspended in stark clarity.


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