Lee Withington: December 5-21, 2013


Lee Withington
Symbols of Interface

Lee Withington’s new paintings and three-dimensional works explore the relationship between spatial intersections and symbols. This work refers to two different landscapes. The first is a geothermal zone and the other is a lake with a floating dock. The handles on the dock that are used to get in and out of the water are one of her chosen symbols. She builds relationships between the handles (and other symbols) and the landscapes. Along with the use of color, line, and form, Lee uses the space in-between as an element stating, “I enjoy making ambiguous space. My interpretations of depth and space differ from day to day.”

Opening Reception:
Thursday, December 5th, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.