Carla Weeks is a British-born painter and muralist based in Midcoast Maine. Informed by her personal interactions with both the natural landscape and built environment, she utilizes abstraction to navigate through the physical and emotional experience of place. Employing a distinct shape vocabulary to formally explore color relationships, her paintings articulate the shifting nuances of sensory memory.
Expanding upon a body of work made last winter, Weeks examines the grid as a record of passing time. Almost calendar-like in their order, the floating grids evoke rhythm and routine, introducing familiar patterns with subtle variations. Layers of transparent color meld with vaporous texture to comment on the fleeting and predictable cadence of days and nights.
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