For Susan Vecsey's third solo show with Berry Campbell, the artist presents recent paintings. As written in the exhibition essay by Phyllis Tuchman, Susan Vecsey’s latest abstractions call to mind both Color Field paintings as well as landscapes. They exist somewhere in the middle, neither one nor the other.
Making abstract art that looks familiar is one of Vecsey’s singular gifts. In front of one of her works, you might suspect that you are watching waves lapping against the shore while, in another, two roads may seem to be converging. But you never can be sure of this. Her imagery is elusive. That’s part of the power of her paintings.