Even in a Fading Figure, Heidi Hahn Paints Strength in “Kink Odelisk”

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There are the brushstrokes of paint that Heidi Hahn paints, that seems like perhaps a lifetime to acheive. To get to these minimal and fading characters. The colors are rich and the shapes are confident, the sort of dissolving into a background and yet permanent in the abstraction. “I take a brush and try to find a form, these shapes, a pose that’s going to do something to the shape of the canvas and within the canvas,” Hahn says, and you can see her body work the paint across the canvas as she says this. Though they seem utterly quiet and in a moment of repose, Hahn’s characters seems to move with you. They have action and power, and Marion Eisele writes…

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