When: Through Sept. 30
Price: Free to attend
Free to attend
Local artist Marina Dunbar presents her second solo show in the city at her home gallery, downtown’s Miller Gallery, this September. It’s hard not to stand in awe of Dunbar’s works, often large pieces created with resin on panel. The dreamy colors and hazy aesthetic are evocative of the sea and the sky, like a contemporary landscape painting or the image you’d see under a glass slide in a science lab. In addition to being repped by Miller Gallery, Dunbar, who is a native of Belarus and moved to the U.S. when she was nine, is a studio artist at Redux. In an interview with Minus 37, an online magazine that features emerging artists and photographers, Dunbar says that her work is ever evolving towards a 3D art form, a decision she mad after taking a sculpting class in college. Dunbar told Minus 37, “I often manipulate the surface of the painting. Tilting and bending it to guide the painting and shape the image. My relationshp with the medium is very physical.”


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