SUBSTRATE underlying currents   San Juan Islands Museum of Art February-May 2018  “When the work of Susan Singleton, Kandis Susol and Hannah Alex-Glasser is exhibited together, one recognizes a rare confluence; that ability for mature work in different mediums, toward different ends, to resonate so profoundly that each is lifted.        Installing “Tears For The World” in the Perry and Carlson Gallery, we witnessed this dialogue between the works of three women from the islands of the Pacific Northwest become an ensemble as much as a group show.       In the way that the loosely described Northwest School brought the qualities of dappled light, mysticism and the quietude of Pacific Northwest nature to their audiences in the mid 20th century, Kandis, Hannah and Susan’s work dialogues on such a level—the quiet power of monochrome schema, the play of light on surfaces, and the viewer’s experience of being drawn, layer after layer, into complexities where a singular experience awaits.”  Christian Carlson, Perry and Carlson Gallery, Mt.Vernon, WA
Tears for the World
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