April 5–May 29
Public Reception: April 5, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
The botanically inspired paintings of Dannon Schroeder have been described as joyfully energetic and intensely dramatic expressions of the natural world by viewers, collectors and gallerists alike. These works are created with an underlying connection to the natural world through cultivation, propagation and care of botanical species by the artist. Themes consistent within this eco-abstract style range from natural preservation and conservation to environmental growth and development. The range of color and form are expressive, exaggerated and defy any particular reference to species. These works are painted in a multi-axis orientation that allows the owner to rotate the canvas, alter their perception of imagery and possibly discover new life forms.