The incidents of everyday life captured in this group of recent paintings and drawings by Catherine Murphy reflect some deeply personal experiences. The paint-splattered studio floor in one work, for example, or the green garden hose with a slithering snake nearby are quietly emotional, private encounters. Yet Murphy is a generous painter, as the richly wrought surfaces and subtle imagery indiscriminately welcome viewers into a haunting microcosm.
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