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Lindsay McCulloch's Interference series celebrates both maximalism and hard-edged minimalism. Her work draws an analogy between the degradation of memory over time and the pixelation of information technology when interference occurs. McCulloch paints each piece slowly and methodically, allowing the medium to transmute her subject into something specific yet intangible. Her rhythmic and visually-rich pictures celebrate the word that’s on the tip of your tongue – the thought just out of reach. McCulloch finds beauty in that shifting impermanence.

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Degeneration / Regeneration (Winter)
Oil on panel
24" x 42.5"
2015
Drawing Circles (Spring)
Oil on panel
24" x 42.5"
2016
Summer
Oil on panel
24" x 42.5"
2016
Thinking about last night
Oil on panel
11" x 14"
2016
Hold you
Oil on panel
11" x 14"
2016
Hold you (detail)
Oil on panel
11" x 14"
2016
Mother
Oil on panel
10" x 8"
2016
Figures in space
Oil on panel
8" x 10"
2016
Release
Oil on panel
8" x 10"
2016
Spring Walk (dead bird)
Gouache on Rives BFK
15" x 22"
2016
Disappearance
Gouache and acrylic on Rives BFK
14" x 14"
2017
Fragments
Gouache on Rives BFK
15" x 22"
2016