Two Coats of Paint review of Scavenge
18 June, 2017
Sharon Butler reviews Medrie MacPhee’s new paintings at at Tibor de Nagy Gallery in Two Coats of Paint art blog. Butler describes the work as inventive and considered, and a departure for MacPhee. “She creates the abstract images through a process of creative destruction. Items that were once fully utilitarian and three-dimensional are dismantled, their elements recombined in new formations. The space is shallow, the lines and shapes are pushed up to the surface, and a sense of claustrophobia prevails. Expressing anxiety is, paradoxically, liberating.”
– Sharon Butler, “Medrie MacPhee: Flat-out at Tibor de Nagy”, Two Coats of Paint, June 17, 2017.
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