Deborah Dancy & Andrew Seto

Deborah Dancy, Palladian Pink, 2013, oil on canvas, 50 x 50 inches (courtesy of
Deborah Dancy, Palladian Pink, 2013, oil on canvas, 50 x 50 inches (courtesy of Sears-Peyton Gallery)

Sharon Butler blogs about two shows: Deborah Dancy: Chasing the Light at Sears-Peyton, New York (through June 29) and Andrew Seto: Lazy Reader at Theodore:Art, Bushwick, Brooklyn (through June 16).

Both artists use a triangular motif in their recent work. Butler writes that Seto employs the form as "a kind of universality or perfection that metaphorically conveys beauty or truth," while "Dancy's trianglar forms are rooted in linear perspective, architecture, and the visual world."