A collection of recent work by Michigan-based artist Rae Klein (previously featured here). Capturing actions and emotions that come “just before catastrophe,” Klein’s paintings explore the boundary between safety and fear. As she explains further:
“I paint control slipping through my subject’s fingers and pooling in offsetting signs around the image. I like them looming there, a series of dots my subject is trying to connect. Sometimes, my subject isn’t in the painting. Maybe it’s me, maybe it’s you, the viewer.”
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