September 17 – 28, 2003
“The Face is inevitable as a subject for art. Possessed of an affecting power rivaled only by the word, the cardinal points of the face are a map of implications, explicit enough to eliminate the need for words.
These are images of that certain form; vectors of the portrait and the mask, they are couplets whose themes are semblance, disguise and apprehension.”
David Griffin, 2003