Judith Foosaner's images are filled with biomorphic forms, plant
accumulation, and calligraphic marks, allowing the subtlety of line and
shadow to aspire towards lyrical and rhythmic movements. Working
exclusively in black, Foosaner creates expressive line drawings on
paper, adding black paint throughout. She then slices and reassembles
the drawings as collages on canvas. The resulting works capture a
tension between gesture and geometry, hand and grid; swirling light and
dark forms interrupted by thin pasted rectangles.
Foosaner received her MFA from University of California-Berkeley.
She has exhibited extensively in galleries and museums across the
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