LYNDA SCHLOSBERG, Frequency Tuning
450 Harrison Ave.
Boston MA 02118
May 1 - June 2, 2019 (W-F 12:00-5:00pm and by appointment)
Opening Reception: Friday, May 3, 5-8pm
Lynda Schlosberg’s current series of intricately layered paintings, Frequency Tuning, visually explores the crossing point between physical and non-physical worlds. Her large, vibrant paintings are inspired by both natural and unnatural elements, evoking satellite images of rivers, trees, glaciers and chasms with a multitude of lines and dots across the canvas atop fluid pools of color. Schlosberg’s intricate and complex paintings are inspired by quantum theories and philosophies questioning whether it’s possible to adjust one’s frequency-tuning abilities to move easily between worlds, or to experience both at the same time, “We experience the world with our intellect and physical senses, yet there is also an invisible sea of energy beyond our awareness that surrounds, connects, and influences us.” Working with both metaphysical principles and philosophical ideas Schlosberg presents her work as a macrocosm where all things are intermingled, out of which anything is possible.