Jennifer Samet discusses the work of these artists and their distinct voices. “Although Patricia Spergel and Sarah Lutz cite similar inspirations and referents in their abstract painting — water-based imagery, fertility and infertility, building facades in Latin America — their approaches, and the tonality of their work, are divergent. Spergel allows brushed forms to reveal themselves, while Lutz builds compositions using an array of tools. View Catalogue: Lutz-Spergel_Catalogue.pdf
This new body of work focuses on the specific subjects of food, the fridge and intimate spaces around the kitchen. Levinthal realized this narrow subject ever-present in her own life provided an interesting place to investigate questions always present in the work.