Sarah Horowitz – Gray Briars I

Sarah Horowitz, Gray Briars I (2012) Sumi ink on hahnemulhe paper On view at Froelick Gallery (as of mid March 2014)

Sarah Horowitz, Gray Briars I (2012)
Sumi ink on hahnemulhe paper
On view at Froelick Gallery (as of mid March 2014)

Sarah Horowitz’s Gray Briars I is a remarkably careful and detailed ink drawing. Most remarkable is the way this modest network of spindly branches manages to hold the mostly undrawn space. It feels both unstudied and meticulously composed with the overall effect, at least for me, being a reminder that humble and unexceptional eyefuls of our world can be perfect and just enough.

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