Anne Russinof photoblogs a visit to the studio of painter Rachael Wren.
In a recent essay Cecily Parks wrote: "The evolution of Wren's work chronicles her own particular pilgrimage. Over the past ten years, she has moved futher and futher from representation in order to push the limits of what we recognize as 'natural' form. The grid and repeated regular brushstrokes have organized and even contained landscapes predominantly composed of what resists control: light, reflection, and vapor. In her newest work, such as Dynamic Equilibrium, Inlet, Midwinter, and Overgrowth, we glimpse the entropic."