Please join us at Untitled in Miami Beach. We are exhibiting six works by Kelly Carámbula, four by Terri Loewenthal, and five by Paul Wackers.
Kelly Carámbula is a San Francisco-based artist and sculptor. Her work explores elements of acceptance and control, often incorporating surprises that encourage the viewer to look closer, longer, or from a different perspective. She is continually interested and inspired by the tactile relationships between color and form— using clay, wood, and metal as her primary mediums.
Terri Loewenthal is an Oakland-based artist whose work challenges and revives the predominantly male canon of landscape photography by using a female voice to liberate the genre from the strictly representational. Her works are single-exposure, in-camera compositions that utilize special optics developed by Loewenthal to compress vast spaces into complex, evocative environments. These photographs present landscape not as it may appear visually, but how it could be experienced emotively and through the imagination.
Paul Wackers works from personal experience, pulling from objects and places he sees, feels and keeps close. He makes objects and paintings to try to understand what they are, what they mean, and how he should understand them. Many of the subjects are things that seem very familiar but through the process of painting or sculpture become confused or unreal because of the associations created within the picture.