Cherith Lundin

Painting as window/painting as wall. Painting as surface/painting as threshold. The liminal space of painting demands a negotiation between perception and projection. Repetition destabilizes the familiar, shifting the focus from what is viewed to the activity and experience of viewing. 

 

I lived for a year in a house in which, around dusk, a mysterious and seductive play began on its rear view windows, melding reflections of the interior with outdoor views. The paintings in this series foreground these visual interruptions, ones we often subconsciously ignore. Interior reflections appear imbedded in the external world.