In HOMER, painter Emily Leonard searches for meaning in the delicate, brief beauty of flowers in bloom. Inspired by a recent trip to Homer, Alaska, Leonard's flowers envelop the entire picture plane, with hints of the surrounding habitat—textured soil rendered in hasty brushstrokes—peeking through. Leonard's confident abstraction may seem hurried to some, but the approach allows the viewer a glimpse at the sublime nature of a newly blooming flower.
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