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A View into Primal Forces - Meditations on the Qualities of the Unified Field

Limited edition serigraphs printed by the artist on finest Arches paper

7 - 13 colors  

Astrid Fitzgerald's assemblages explore the relationships between a surprising and fresh notation for everything buoyant and untouched in us (the blue-green rods, steady and vibrant) and everything else of which we and the world are made (the containments, ties, and other elements in the assemblages). The rods imply a moderately complex order inside: joyous in color, disciplined and definite nonetheless. The containments and ties are not negative presences, as if they deny brightness. Are they a figure for 'how things are'?  Every inside has an outside, all living relationships are dynamic interactions. -- Roger Lipsey, art historian

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