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Lynne Woods Turner on Nicole Fein

One may view a work of art on the screen, but a true experience demands the presence of the object itself. Nicole Fein’s watercolor drawings are particularly worthy of personal observation. Fortunately, this writer has some prior experience of the work in question.

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Joan Waltemath on Lynne Woods Turner

From a distance the uniform yet undulating waves in Lynne Woods Turner’s graphite and tea-stained drawing appear soft and delicate. Underlying the waves, a precisely gridded structure is not initially apparent, but as one comes in closer or zooms in, a penciled-in pattern of circles constructed along a grid can be seen to account for the movement within the waves.

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