The bold, brushy abstractions in Mary Weatherford’s last show at the gallery were inspired by the interiors of caves along the California coast. This time the L.A.-based artist switches things up, drawing on her time in New York in the ’80s and ’90s. Each of Weatherford’s half dozen canvases feature layered, multi-colored swaths of paint dramatically augmented with one or more neon tubes.
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