Stephanie O’Grady’s “Dancing Squares” at the Publick Playhouse in Cheverly

Some time ago, I had the honor of helping to curate Stephanie O’Grady‘s latest exhibit, “Dancing Squares,” at the Publick Playhouse in Cheverly. Her work is simply beautiful, this latest series features abstract shapes that are not only opaque at times reminiscent of stained glass, but are also full of depth and mystery. The pieces’ colors compliment one another, ranging from darks to lights, with the works’ arrangements interacting with one another to entertain both my eye and the mind. What I love so much about Stephanie’s work, is that although her work may appear like itself, each configuration plays a different tune with a wonderful melody of its own.

Stephanie’s work is still up, and will be if I remember correctly, through January. I’ll have to check to be sure. For more information on Stephanie’s work, visit her page on the PGAHC artist registry. More photos below.

Justin Fair

I create bold graphics + offer creative clarity → community planning + the arts. Husband, Jew, Black, Mixed! Morgan grad, Terp, fitness, cake

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