Scout Dunbar grew up on a horse farm in Ithaca, New York, and her mother is an artist who makes quilts and stained glass. Dunbar draws from a rich pool of childhood memories for this solo exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculptures occupying multiple levels of the gallery’s atrium space. In material and composition, the works reference numerous fine art and craft traditions. Dunbar tangoes with Paul Gauguin’s cloisonnist paintings and Marc Chagall’s stained glass masterpieces, and uses paper fibers to evoke cloth.
Scout Dunbar: Atrium Series