Jane Adams: Living On The Grid


Jane Adams: Living On The Grid

South Main Gallery, Vancouver, BC - Feb 9 – 24

by Robin Laurence

Recent abstract paintings by Jane Adams draw their energy and inspiration from her move into the heart of Vancouver. Forms and patterns represent the loud and pervasive sounds of her densely populated urban environment, and include symbolic references to “the night rattle of bottle collectors and their trolley carts, car horns and sirens.” These works also speak abstractly to visual aspects of the built and natural environments, from condo towers and construction cranes to the sun rising and setting over the harbour.

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