SYNC Gallery presents Wet Mechanics by G Cody Day

Artist's statement: Wet Mechanics is a new branch from the prolific body of process-driven artwork by Denver artist G Cody Day that builds on the previous elements from his previous exhibitions, Spectrum and Imagination.01. Day is a self-taught process-painter with an eye for urban influenced high-contrast, and has been painting for just under two decades. The Imagination.01 branch of work marked the first installment of Day’s exploration into nonrepresentational abstraction, combing surreal forms suspended in an ethereal void of organic flowing movement juxtaposed across rectilinear shapes. The Spectrum installment expanded the palette to the full gamut of visible light and embraced a rigor

Markings and Essence by Liz Lautrup

Artist's statement: What do you feel like when you’re in the middle of a field of grass blowing in the breeze? Or out on a ranch in the moonlight? As a ‘feeling’ person, Liz Lautrup is often overwhelmed with feelings and wonders, what is a feeling? Do we all share a similar feeling when we look at, say, a burned bleak landscape? Can the essence of these feeling states be captured and remembered? In this body of work, Lautrup uses markings to explore and communicate the essence of places and times that have been charged with feeling for her. She chooses abstraction to distill the spirit of a place and time, without the distractions of easily-recognizable objects, and she uses black and whit

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