Color Stack Series #5 and Color Stack Series #6 by Jessica Snow
In the newsletter, Charlie writes:

Jessica’s long been a fixture in both 20x200 and Jen Bekman Gallery, with exuberant uses of color and geometric shapes that imbue her work with tension and movement. Whether curly, curvy, prismatic, petal-like or, as featured here, stacked, Jessica’s sophisticated color combinations and playful compositions warrant closer and continued examination. For her new series, Color Stacks, Jessica builds upon her past work by exploring “the simplicity of the painted line via the weight and gravity of stacking bright and pure color. The precariousness of each added line,” she adds, “counters the weightlessness of the white paper support.”
Color Stack Series #5 and Color Stack Series #6 by Jessica Snow
In the newsletter, Charlie writes:

Jessica’s long been a fixture in both 20x200 and Jen Bekman Gallery, with exuberant uses of color and geometric shapes that imbue her work with tension and movement. Whether curly, curvy, prismatic, petal-like or, as featured here, stacked, Jessica’s sophisticated color combinations and playful compositions warrant closer and continued examination. For her new series, Color Stacks, Jessica builds upon her past work by exploring “the simplicity of the painted line via the weight and gravity of stacking bright and pure color. The precariousness of each added line,” she adds, “counters the weightlessness of the white paper support.”

Color Stack Series #5 and Color Stack Series #6 by Jessica Snow

In the newsletter, Charlie writes:

Jessica’s long been a fixture in both 20x200 and Jen Bekman Gallery, with exuberant uses of color and geometric shapes that imbue her work with tension and movement. Whether curlycurvyprismaticpetal-like or, as featured here, stacked, Jessica’s sophisticated color combinations and playful compositions warrant closer and continued examination. For her new series, Color Stacks, Jessica builds upon her past work by exploring “the simplicity of the painted line via the weight and gravity of stacking bright and pure color. The precariousness of each added line,” she adds, “counters the weightlessness of the white paper support.”