Small but mighty, Nathan Durfee’s upcoming exhibit, Mighty Dreamers, features a body of work that is “a lot larger in size and smaller in number,” than his previous shows.
The exhibition, which runs from June 7 through 25 at Robert Lange Studios, focuses on a group of charming creatures known as “the dreamers.”
“The show celebrates the power of the human spirit,” says Durfee. “Not only is it a body of large works, but the narratives showcase strength and guardianship. Along with the narratives are paintings of each character closed-eyed and dreaming, a moment of rest for both them and the viewers.”
Diana Dreaming, which shows a pixelated girl in a decorative eye mask resting, eyes closed and mouth soft, is the first of these works—the other dreamers taking on her same facial expression.
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