In Lucinda Parker’s work, we see a unique intersection of abstraction and representation. Her style is energetic, muscular, gestural and layered.
A primarily abstract painter for years, Parker takes her form building skills in abstraction and applies them to the landscape. Recently she has focused her eye on Mt. Hood and its environs as her subject, often encased in skies and clouds of many colors and textures.
In her November show Knowledge Is Not Our Enemy, Parker continues her exploration of the mountain, sky, land, and water to wondrous, arresting effects.