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The Hybrids of Paul Paiement

There’s something gleefully unsettling about Paul Paiement’s “Hybrid” paintings. They seem innocent enough, a straightforward pop-art treatment of entomological portraits spliced with consumer products. But Paiement’s works lack any sort of easy symmetry, and as the eye is pulled back … Continue reading

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“In everything there are particles of all things”

Anna Pinzari and Chantal Corso have a delightful gallery of paintings from 2008 depicting butterfly wings at such a close range that they become abstract arrangements of colored rectangles. Butterfly and moth wings are covered with tiny scales that give … Continue reading

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