May 27, 2011 - June 18, 2011
Reception: June 5, 2011 at 1307286000
Mark Millstein
K Lenore Siner
Alison Wells

One can drift from one culture to another, from one thought to the next, from reality to daydreaming. Many cultures and traditions believe that one’s spirit can drift from one plane to another, from the mundane to the spiritual, from the dead to the living. Each of these artists address the idea of ‘drift’ in a unique way. Mark Millstein’s kite and sail forms remind us of the joys of flight and make us contemplate weightlessness. K Lenore Siner’s viscous paintings refer to the world of the spirit hidden within matter. And Alison Wells’s radiant figures are poised in a liminal space between two culturally diverse identities. You are invited to do our own drifting between these artists’s shifting worlds to see where the wind or the spirit may take you. Image: Sisters 3, Acrylic and wax on canvas 24’x18′ 2011 http://www.alisonwells.com http://www.markmillstein.com http://klenoresiner.com