Preview: Chloe Early’s “Rainbow Ruins” at Corey Helford Gallery

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

In Irish artist Chloe Early‘s paintings, delicately rendered figures melt into dripping streams of color, blending figuration and abstraction in her multi-layered works. Often working on metal surfaces, Early uses a pastel color palette with neon accents that endow her work with a sense of lightness. Early has a solo show at Corey Helford Gallery opening on November 10 titled “Rainbow Ruins.” Natural growths permeate civilization in this new body of work, telling a story of nature fighting back against human expansion. Take a look at some of the paintings in the show and some photos from Early’s studio courtesy of Ian Cox.

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