Elizabeth Hazan & Jennifer Riley: Animating Impulses

Elizabeth Hazan & Jennifer Riley: Animating Impulses

In this ultra tiny review by Sharon Butler, Butler discusses the styles of artists Elizabeth Hazan and Jennifer Riley. The two artists works are on display at Janet Kurnatowski in Brooklyn, NY until October 9th. Butler describes the two artists by saying that they love the emotions of colors, shapes, and lines. The article is word wrapped next to House of Cards by Elizabeth Hazan which shows mediated experience and hints at authenticity’s death.

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Elizabeth Hazan & Jennifer Riley: Animating Impulses

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