A few days ago I had a chance to stop by the Genesee CO-OP Federal Credit Union where Margot Fass’ works were showcased. Although it was challenging to navigate through the desks in order to study the pieces more closely, it was worth the effort.
I became familiarized with Margot Fass’ work by way of other local exhibitions. I was always pleasantly surprised then by her phantasmagorical ideas, as well as their artistic realization. Fass’ work may combine abstract, realism, and expressionism, as well as something else that is out of spectrum of academic conventions.
It seems that the artist enjoys incorporating an unusual media – textiles, costume jewelry, paper – into her oils. She does it elegantly and importunately, thus creating a harmonious dialog between various elements within the composition. My favorite was an entertaining Little Froggy’s Woman.
There were more works to study but they required an eyeful of attention, which I didn’t have time for at the moment. Maybe you will. Let me know what you discover at email@example.com.