This Floating World - Buffalo Art Movement
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This Floating World

March 12 - April 23, 2021

The work that I'm doing, it's not tethered to any specific form. It's open to interpretation. It's a relationship with the materials.

In her quest to challenge the conventions of traditional image-making, Jeannine Mullan explores movement with the pliability of organic materials that create works that are alive and primal. From her use of copper oxide, titanium powder, borax, cyanotype and many other natural materials, Mullan’s art is not tethered to a specific outcome, but rather moved by the ephemeral quality of nature. Her experimental process of making art is built on her playfulness with materials, resulting in works that exhibit the constant change of emerging and dissolving forms.

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