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For many years, Meredith Dean work has been inspired by her interests in both mapping and the effects of natural force. In this exhibit, she will be presenting two bodies of work. “Lens Series” epoxy pieces are based on the lens forms used to create early maps. These forms were originally illustrated with engravings that were linked together to cover a round globe describing “reality.” The “Wind Code” relief print constructions are based on the infinite possibilities that exist in a simple design based on a wind map that attempts to describe changeability. Both of these visual forms use shifts of form and color to create a personal, investigative system to express the inter-changeable, constantly shifting poetic, visual symbols and signs with which we attempt to describe our world.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 18.

For many years, Meredith Dean work has been inspired by her interests in both mapping and the effects of natural force. In this exhibit, she will be presenting two bodies of work. “Lens Series” epoxy pieces are based on the lens forms used to create early maps. These forms were originally illustrated with engravings that were linked together to cover a round globe describing “reality.” The “Wind Code” relief print constructions are based on the infinite possibilities that exist in a simple design based on a wind map that attempts to describe changeability. Both of these visual forms use shifts of form and color to create a personal, investigative system to express the inter-changeable, constantly shifting poetic, visual symbols and signs with which we attempt to describe our world.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 18.

For many years, Meredith Dean work has been inspired by her interests in both mapping and the effects of natural force. In this exhibit, she will be presenting two bodies of work. “Lens Series” epoxy pieces are based on the lens forms used to create early maps. These forms were originally illustrated with engravings that were linked together to cover a round globe describing “reality.” The “Wind Code” relief print constructions are based on the infinite possibilities that exist in a simple design based on a wind map that attempts to describe changeability. Both of these visual forms use shifts of form and color to create a personal, investigative system to express the inter-changeable, constantly shifting poetic, visual symbols and signs with which we attempt to describe our world.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through August 18.

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REM Gallery
219 E. Park Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78212
http://www.remgallery.com/

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