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Annette Davidek's paintings are derived from diagrams of
plants, organic life forms as well as old technological illustrations.
These sometimes quirky, repetitive images randomly mutate. Some shapes
flatten, darken and become almost silhouettes. Florescent splays
of color emerge from behind the flattened darker images. At times
the images are almost translucent, similar to a light-soaked field
seen in a microscope. Distinctions blur. Opacity and luminosity,
repulsion and attraction, and tension and dissonance are concerns
of the artist.