Saturday, February 24, 2007

The baroque diversity of organisms

Caldwell, like a scientist, investigates the intricacy of his material, its display and the natural world. It's as if he is holding up a prism that might reflect a rainbow-but instead, reflects excitement, fear and beauty. The anatomies he refers to are ribs, teeth, anemones, forests, fungi, fingers, and bodies. Anatomy is the study of structure, its dissection, analysis and minute examination. Caldwell is immersed in this study-exploring the anatomy of the viewer, the anatomy of glass, and the anatomy of natural things. Graham Caldwell, February 17 till March 31 at G Fine Art

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