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|April 14, 2012|
Spring is here and with Spring comes Peas, Fava Beans, Spring Garlic and more. Join them to learn some great new Spring Dishes.
Saturday April 14, 10am – 1 pm
FOOD AND WINE!
Eva restaurant 7458 Beverly Blvd
$95 Call 323.634.0700 to secure your spot.
|April 14, 2012|
Opening reception for the artist:
Saturday, April 14 from 6 – 8PM.
Taylor De Cordoba is located at 2660 S La Cienega Blvd
For Hollidayʼs first exhibition at Taylor De Cordoba, the artist debuts a new series of acrylic paintings wherein she explores ideas of space and depth while referencing traditional craft. In striking shades of blue, Holliday creates psychedelic patterns of interlocking circles, which form arched, expansive spaces. The circles mimic overlapping lenses, with each section projecting a different depth of field and creating its own space within the whole. The effect of the pattern is dizzying but also serene, as the varying shades of blue evoke images of the infinite (both the sublime night sky and the mysterious yet inviting sea).
Holliday references the history of abstract painting with a fluid style, seemingly pouring colors over the white of the canvas into lines, shapes and patterns. Here, the canvasʼ negative space is as important as the color, which rather than staining the canvas, forms a thin film on the surface.The showʼs title, Warp and Weft is an allusion to the weaving, the ancient craft of making fabric by “interweaving” material into a series of right angles. In these paintings, the circles literally weave together into a pattern of geometric shapes.