From timed processes to organic materials and impulsive color palettes – Jeannine Mullan, Sherry Arndt and Travis Keller explore the principles of abstraction in three exhibitions at Buffalo Art Movement (BAM!).
This floating World – Jeannine Mullan
In her quest to challenge the conventions of traditional image-making, Jeannine Mullan explores movement inherent in the natural world with the pliability of organic materials to create paintings that express emerging and dissolving forms simultaneously.
ef•fect – Sherry Arndt
In an emotional journey of action to reaction, Sherry Arndt reveals unpredictable works that illuminate fractured layers and textures of expression. They speak to the damage and history we all hold behind the facade we present to the world.
Amalgam – Travis Keller
Influenced by science fiction and expressionism, Travis Keller takes us into a world where the confines of neon cells create a cityscape of serene chaos. By pushing dystopian terrains into realms of abstraction, feelings of isolation and claustrophobia reveal the pressures of existence throughout an infinitely interconnected landscape.