Pam Glick @ White Columns

Pam Glick, Reclining, 2016 (courtesy of White Columns)
Pam Glick, Reclining, 2016 (courtesy of White Columns)

Zachary Keeting and Christopher Joy interview painter Pam Glick at her exhibition at White Columns, New York, on view through July 16, 2016.

The gallery press describes Glick's paintings as "typically made with oil and enamel paint – that together might be understood as psychologically-charged landscapes. In her work, Glick often returns to, or perhaps more accurately departs from, a schematic image of Niagara Falls - a recurring visual metaphor for both the inevitability of change and the potential for renewal - which she subsequently abstracts and deconstructs, creating in turn visceral, complex, and labyrinthine paintings that suggest a form of psychological and emotional mapping."