Since Abstract Expressionism became popular in the mid-20th century, men have largely received recognition for the movement even though women have always, and continue to, play an important part in shaping the style. Blurred Lines surveys a grouping of intergenerational women artists in Northeast Ohio who create abstract paintings in their own unique styles. Participating artists include Megan Dardis, Care Hanson, Dara Harper, Mary Ann Flynn-Fouse, and Diana Rice. On view in the Forum Gallery beginning Friday, October 6th.
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