Tag: Finch Lane Gallery

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Elpitha Tsoutsounakis Mines Ochre for Its Past and Present Possibilities

In Finch Lane’s west gallery, past Casey Lou Miller’s intricate wood cutouts of desert plants, Elpitha Tsoutsounakis’ exhibition, Unknown Prospect: Body, Pigment, Swatch, creates a space for the expansion of thoughts and ideas concerning earth. Throughout the space, Tsoutsounakis explores and ponders the multifaceted roles and forms of […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Bea Hurd, Lucy Fairchild and the Carnal Instinct of Consumption

Bea Hurd’s Devour Digest Devote and Lucy Fairchild’s Enveloping Calm awaken the carnal instinct of consumption and desire in a journey that resolves itself. The exhibitions bridge the material and spiritual worlds respectively, through independent journeys that divulge the viewer’s assumed self-indulgent narcissism. Hurd’s grotesque presentation of material is literal, reinforced by […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Kasey Lindley Uses Soft Colors and Draped Canvases to Explore the Human Relationship to Nature and Space

Stepping into the basement of the Finch Lane Gallery this past week was a surreal experience. First, due to COVID-19 restrictions, the gallery is currently open only by appointment, so the whole space was profoundly silent. Second, Kasey Lindley’s exhibit has transformed the industrial environment of the cinder […]