Lucinda Parker - Live Birth
Lucinda Parker - Worm Complex Andesite Lava Flows
Lucinda Parker - Looking Glass
Lucinda Parker - Figure the Pivot
Lucinda Parker - Saint Hood
Lucinda Parker - Crater Rock
Lucinda Parker - Ragged Glory
Lucinda Parker - Magnetic Drift
Lucinda Parker - Exposure
Lucinda Parker - Snowpack and Burnt Rootwad
Lucinda Parker - Mirror to the Sky and Stones
Lucinda Parker - Drift Logs and Breakers
Lucinda Parker - Rough jewels
Lucinda Parker - The Top
Lucinda Parker - Foreground Boulders
Lucinda Parker - Upper Coe Again
Lucinda Parker - Root / Glacier
Lucinda Parker - Echo Vista
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Lucinda Parker | Helens & Hood: Keep Safe Distance | June 16-July 31, 2020 | Installation View 03
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Lucinda Parker | Helens & Hood: Keep Safe Distance | June 16-July 31, 2020 | Installation View 04
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Lucinda Parker | Helens & Hood: Keep Safe Distance | June 16-July 31, 2020 | Installation View 01

Press Release

 

Lucinda Parker returns to her themes of mountains and upheaval in Helens and Hood: Keep Safe Distance. Parker observes that the mountains are active volcanoes, unpredictable elements of nature and a restless earth. She sees paint and lava in similar terms: they flow and then they hardened. The expressive, energetic paintings capture the making and unmaking of form and structure.