Wall Fiction presents: Gates and Portals, work by Lori Dell September 02 2015
Lori Dell, Gates of Babylon, 2014, mixed media on canvas, 60” x 36”
Lori Dell, Babylonia, 2014, mixed media on canvas, 60” x 40”
View online until December 31, 2015 at www.wallfiction.com/collections/emerging-talent
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Wall Fiction is pleased to share its official launch and inaugural online show with celebrated visual artist Lori Dell.
Lori Dell’s work engages with and reinterprets traditional imagery of architecture and landscape.
Gates and Portals explores Dell’s portrayal of history through architecture and sense of place in a series of paintings. “From tribal community’s sacred spaces to the lofty reaches of cathedrals, places of ceremony have historically been built with artfulness born of a region’s resources or traditions,” says Dell. “Each culture’s creative space for living and spiritual reflection often has its own unique stamp of style that through design and mindfulness, transcends time. I’ve tried to capture the uniqueness and mysticism of some sacred historic sites and both recreate and add my sense of place and artfulness to these gathering places.”
Gates and Portals also features a series of limited edition fine art prints where Dell continues her exploration with local architecture and urban landscape. She says, “the print scenes show layers of time and how we interact between the present and yesterday. I continue to weave fine detail into large settings to show the creativity and intricacy of our living spaces. Like my paintings in this show, I’ve added my sense of place and made these urban spaces reflective and mystical.”
Dell’s work is described as bold, meditative and emotionally charged. She produces large concept works with skillful execution. You’ll find her work exhibited in galleries throughout North America and part of many private and public collections. She’s won numerous awards and, in addition to her painting, she has garnered recognition for set and costume design. Dell lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
Lori Dell, Petra, 2009, mixed media on canvas, 60” x 60”
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