Dianna Molzan’s vibrant paintings alter our expectations of what painting can be. In her work, the very materials of painting—paint, canvas, and wooden stretcher bars—are dismantled and cast into relief. A painting’s canvas may be cut and turned into a woven grid, extend into space with sewn shapes, or gently unraveled into a soft web of draping lines. For her first solo museum show in Boston, Molzan will create an ensemble of all new works.
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