Muriel Guépin Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibit featuring three women who manifest their personal views of nature through their works on paper. Their delicate and meticulous process lends itself to depicting the subtleties in the patterns of nature. The intimate nature of their pieces expresses and celebrates how miniscule humans are in relation to the world in its entirety. Paula Overbay’s colorful dot work paintings mimic the micro and macro patterns in the world. She describes her pieces as being influenced by ‘…cells in a petrie dish, the murmurations of birds, the migrations of butterflies, star constellations and especially our mercurial weather.’ All minute details, almost utterances, in a world so vast. Her work is touching upon particularly feminine roles in society as well. Continuing the tradition of working obsessively over intimate pieces, similar in process to embroidery

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