BLANDINE SAINT-OYANT, RANA WILSON and NADEGE BAER
Three Artists perched high above the fray, upon a tree bending towards the heavens. The dappling of leaves, the rounded crescent forms and the ether itself, all imagery ribboning towards the nascent sky. When forms dance, they dance with hope, they dance with joy and they dance for Life.
Art in the Arthouse presents the artworks of three extraordinary artists, distinct in craft and vision, yet connected by their visceral energy and joie de vivre. Don’t miss this unique exhibit, now on display at the Royal through October 21, 2017.
NADEGE BAER and BLANDINE SAINT-OYANT are both of French origin, and RANA WILSON is a Los Angeles native. These three painters joins forces, their work intersecting forms creating a dance in space. BAER’S work plays with compositional balance, painting corpuscular forms that anchor themselves to the edge of the canvas. Deftly painted in acrylics, they resemble a translucent quality of watercolors. WILSON’S wispy play with forms and open spaces are cleverly rendered, sent into the ether, undulating like smoke. SAINT-OYANT has created an intriguing series with a micro view, subatomic and brilliant. Read more about these artists’ journeys through exhibition notes available at the theatre.
– Joshua Elias, CURATOR