Summer Wheat Makes Art Out of Disfigured Faces
Regardless of the words used to place Summer Wheat's work into a genre, it is confounding, gripping, and distinctive. By eschewing the conventions associated with traditional abstract art, Summer Wheat has done something many artists spend their whole lives trying to do: create a unique and distinguishable aesthetic. "My paintings are full of messy human content: dorkiness, disappointment, humor and loss," she said. "They are impersonations in which the emotional content overwhelms the physical. Fascinated by vulnerability, I exalt in the incomplete."
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