In the Galleries
Sculptures as statements of architecture’s past and present
Review by Mark Jenkins
Detail of Her Dream, Cherry, 51” x 12”
A painter turned woodworker, Renee Balfour makes sculptures that emulate natural forms, not architectural ones. That doesn’t mean that the 11 pieces in “Nature Unbound,” her Amy Kaslow Gallery show, are rough and craggy. The sinuous shapes are artfully shaped and smoothly polished, and fitted together in ways that emphasize the artist’s control over her material.
Read the review in the Washington Post
Earlier this month at Amy Kaslow Gallery, Renee Balfour spoke to a full house about her process. She detailed how she selects the wood, her sculpting technique, and shared insights into her work. Watch the recording to learn more about the artist and Nature Unbound.
|See Renee Balfour’s Works|
Amy Kaslow Gallery, 4300 Fordham Rd, NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(Behind Crate & Barrel)
Tuesday: 12pm - 6pm
Wednesday: By appointment
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