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Mollie Goldstrom: works on paper 2005-2008

Exhibitions — printmaking @ 12:44 pm, Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

Mollie Goldstrom: Works on Paper 2005-2008 at Gurari Collections
Exhibition open through October 31, 2008
91 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114 

In her chosen mediums of intaglio and drawings, Mollie Goldstrom attempts to portray the “ambiguous space between opposing states of existence”. Referenced sources are popular folklore, personal myth, current events and environmental issues. Her work conveys a sense of whimsy while contending with allegorical, socio-political, and metaphysical challenges.

Revealed in such series as, Lumbering, or the Miscarriage of Use, Fail-Safe: Hunting and Gathering Spitzbergen, or the series, The Woods, they investigate ecological and global issues presenting universal concerns, which are subtly depicted at the most “local” or “everyman” level in her artwork. The artist reveals, through her intimate use of scale, stories of man’s relationship to nature. Our use and misuse of the environment are poignantly defined through this story-like manner in her art. This is the artist’s exception; to convey grave concerns with humble expression.

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