Iona Rozeal Brown’s figurative paintings reference Japanese Geishas and Samurai images as well as graffiti art, all in a colorful tangle of exotic and romantic imagery that spans centuries. The works are at once worldly and homespun street-smart, an aspect of her work Brown chose to emphasize at this show’s club-like opening with a DJ and a pool table placed in the middle of the gallery.
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