The vertical landscapes of David Florimbi appear as somewhat abstract from afar, but when you get closer a world of detail wraps around your skull. The twisting ravines of aquesducts and manicured rows of cropland begin to come into focus, where once blue and white sky had shrunk them down; and that’s when it hit me that he was showing the vastness of the Earth and all the great spans of magic placed here for us to enjoy.
In the South wing of the gallery was something completely different, the glitterati paintings of Camomile Hixon. Her flowers and cameras sparkle against their white backdrops.
by Daniel Rolnik on June 24, 2012 for ARGOT & OCHRE
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