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| Daytripping - Kevyn Warnock, July 13 - 26
"Daytripping" is a collection of fresh new paintings by local artist Kevyn Warnock. Her seascape series represents "mankind's relationship with the ocean," and shows how small the human subjects are compared to the enormity of the ocean.Whether children playing on the beach, building castles, or strolling; the ocean, sand and waves are the subject with the humans as sub-plots. As one title suggests, "Sea Creatures" are the humans, part of the landscape. Painting the people as tiny as hermit crabs, Warnock works her perspective to push the scale of human versus natural elements. We find ourselves drawn into her scapes, enjoying the interplay, wanting to explore, being captured in her natural water-world.
Having earned her art degree at the University of Utah, she has lived and worked in California most of her career. She has exhibited at the Peninsula Museum of Art and the San Mateo County History Museum.