Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

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Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free

Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free

Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free

Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free

Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free

Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free

Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free

Black & White at the Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA

At Loading Dock Gallery, Sandrine Colson and Jean Wallace present Black & White. Black and white are culturally powerful signifiers. Black and white thinking reduces the world to binary choices. Black & White explores perception: opposites and the nuances in between. Colson sees herself as a storyteller. She works abstractly, using bold marks and intricate shapes, often referencing

Free