Linda Lee Nicholas is an artist in the chashama Workspace Program.
She looks to the natural world for inspiration: encounters, altered elements, fluids, solidified capsules, and evaporations. Random pours on polyester acetate. Fragments cut out and peeled off to make hybrids suggestive of constructed matter circulating in the body, nature, and the whole universe. The floating clusters speak of an evolution that affects material, color and detail. All remains indefinable, weaving and shifting between whole and part, questioning and challenging our perception of space and representation.
A graduate of the School of Visual Arts, Linda’s work has been exhibited recently at the University of Southern Oregon’s Schneider Museum, the Monmouth Museum of Art, Lindcroft, NJ and the Roberson Museum of Art Binghamton, NY. Linda has had 4 solo shows on the east coast in including Veiled Reality, at the Stambaugh Gallery, Ohio Northern University with the subject of Global Warming. Her newest work, inspired by time spent in a studio in the woods at I Park Artist’s Enclave in East Haddam, CT is currently seen at Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg. Her work has been included in exhibitions at James Cohan, Sikkema Jenkings, Art Gotham, Visual Arts Gallery, and Korus House, the Korean Embassy, Washington, DC.
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