bewilder exhibition in April Gallery Chronicle in The New Criterion
James Panero reviews bewilder in the The New Criterion’s April Gallery Chronicle.
“At Norte Maar, Honeycutt has now gone back into her textiles and papers with additional interventions. In some examples, she has created free-form and hanging sculptures out of an assembly of paper prints and found objects—whimsical work that calls to mind the anthropomorphic scrap-metal sculptures of Richard Stankiewicz. In others, the introduction of thread, which she weaves into the linens, structures her compositions and serves as drawn lines. Here I found the white, undyed linens of her “winterfield” series most striking. By introducing shapes and textures distilled in deeply felt and spare abstractions, Honeycutt recalls farmland vegetation—as well as the “women’s work” that once stitched farm life together.”
For the full review: The New Criterion, Vol. 35, No. 8
bewilder on view at Norte Maar until April 23, 2017