The Choreography of Cranes: A Study of Motion

Sep 8, 2017 - Nov 4, 2017

The Choreography of Cranes: A Study of Motion

In a departure from her former inspiration, the ostrich, Heather Lancaster redirects her hand and focus to a bird of a different feather - the sandhill crane. With "informal formalism" Lancaster strives to capture the individual & highly spirited compositions of one of the Southeast's most exceptional migratory travelers. An Atlanta native, this is her third show with Spalding Nix Fine Art.

The Choreography of Cranes: A Study of Motion
In a departure from her former inspiration, the ostrich, Heather Lancaster redirects her hand and focus to a bird of a different feather - the sandhill crane. With "informal formalism" Lancaster strives to capture the individual & highly spirited compositions of one of the Southeast's most exceptional migratory travelers. An Atlanta native, this is her third show with Spalding Nix Fine Art.
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Spalding Nix Fine Art, LLC
Atlanta
Georgia
2017-09-08T00:00:00.0000000+00:00
2017-11-04T00:00:00.0000000+00:00
En Avant, 2017
Heather Lancaster

En Avant, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

75 x 99 in

Révérence: Bow, 2017
Heather Lancaster

Révérence: Bow, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

60 x 40 in

Allongé II, 2017
Heather Lancaster

Allongé II, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

74 x 69 in

Allongé  I, 2017
Heather Lancaster

Allongé I, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

74 x 69 in

Révérence: Curtsy, 2017
Heather Lancaster

Révérence: Curtsy, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

60 x 40 in

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