|Hollywood artist Virginia Fifield (Photos courtesy of the artist)|
Hollywood artist Virginia Fifield uses the power of black and white in large-scale charcoal drawings that depict images such as a pit bull being pulled by its leash, a bridled thoroughbred carrying a jockey, and a tiny woodpecker being grasped by a hand as it's tagged and photographed.
|"Bird in Hand" will be on exhibit in Re: Vision: See and Shift|
That's the message at the core of the drawings Fifield will exhibit in Re: Vision: See and Shift, a group show featuring artists who use their craft to make an impact. Nerissa Street, the shows curator, says Fifield's work is a good fit.
"Charcoal is not an easy medium to use, and to get the kind of detail and evoke the type of emotion she does with just shades of black and white is really stunning," she says. ...
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