I went to Rebecca Rutstein’s Fault Lines expecting to see in her paintings a comment, a reflection, or a transformation of the topographical or the diagrammatic. Rutstein spent months at sea, studying sonar mapping of the ocean floor, and while I was busy trying to see these maps in her paintings, canvases layered with bright acrylic, superimposed with flatly painted wire frames, I learned from the gallery attendant that some of these were actually from her work with cloud structures. READ MORE.
Review: Rebecca Rutstein, Fault Lines
Jenn Shapland, THE Magazine, August 1, 2017