“The fifteen paintings in Orr’s Transcendence series reveal an artist that is evolving and refining her practice. Orr’s original expressive impulses slowly shift away from symbolic, psychic, and controlled, towards looser, abstract, dynamic compositions. Orr’s work progresses: the thick pure pigments in ‘Flux’ slowly begin to dissolve, drip, and open room to breathe. The negative space in ‘Eager’ offers a sense of renewed clarity, even if under duress, only to be followed by restlessness and dissonance in ‘Navigation’ . . .Read Laurie Rojas’ review of Lisa Orr’s exhibit in the September 2011 edition of 15 Bytes.
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