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Stacey Rozich’s ‘Stories They Told Us’

Equipped with her signature vibrant works based on folk lore andfeaturing elaborately costumed, masked figures, artist Stacey Rozvich, (who we recently introduced here) has a new body of work opening at Compound Gallery tonight, August 4th. Suggesting an innate tribal relationship with spirituality and nature,the figures often appear coupled, converging in moments of relative kinship and occasionallyhumorous anecdotes. The beautifully patterned dress of the figures contrastswith the white voids they are set against, drawing the viewer wholly into their behaviors and nuanced actions to intriguing effect. View more imagesfrom ‘Stories They Told Us’ after the jump.

Equipped with her signature vibrant works based on folk lore and featuring elaborately costumed, masked figures, artist Stacey Rozvich, (who we recently introduced here) has a new body of work opening at Compound Gallery tonight, August 4th. Suggesting an innate tribal relationship with spirituality and nature, the figures often appear coupled, converging in moments of relative kinship and occasionally humorous anecdotes. The beautifully patterned dress of the figures contrasts with the white voids they are set against, drawing the viewer wholly into their behaviors and nuanced actions to intriguing effect. View more images from ‘Stories They Told Us’  below.

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