Laurie Hogin: Implacable Demons and Better Angels
Bizarre and beautiful, Laurie Hogin’s allegorical paintings raise issues of consumerism, sexism, and environmental degradation. Rendered in the hyper-realistic style reminiscent of 17th-century Dutch masters, neon-colored animals populate overgrown, idealistic landscapes or pose as the subject of a portrait. Hogin’s paintings are filled with images of snarling bunnies, maternal monkeys and other creatures affected by the industrial, pharmacological, political, and economical forces.
Exhibition Dates: January 6 – February 4
Opening Reception: Gallery Night January 20, 5-9 p.m.
Artist’s Talk: Saturday, January 21 at 2 p.m.