In The Room, The Women Come And Go…

Quite well-thought out, the abstractions that visual artist Celeste Lecaroz strives to flesh out are a people’s attitudes and values, shared familiarly across our many islands. Some of them hark back to a time now irretrievably gone.

As one visual artist with such untrammeled and consummate energy, Celeste Lecaroz explores the idea of personification in Dialogo, her seventh one-woman exhibition. Either on the blank page or through surfaces of the pristine canvas, personification imbues personal nature or human traits upon something nonhuman. It presses for the palpable representation of an abstract quality in human form.

‘Salamisim’ by Celeste Lecaroz (soft pastel on aluminum composite panel, 27 x 21 inches)