Kristin Farr’s “SUMMER” @ Heron Arts, San Francisco

Kristin Farr's
For years, Kristin Farr has been creating a balance of folk and op-art tradition. She notes always that her work is inspired by “folk art, synesthesia, and magic” but there is even something greater in a conversation about meditation and color. She turns a banal piece of wood or a public wall into a portal, a place where you can hypnotize yourself and challenge your eye but also get to an understanding of how color attracts and is used in the world around us. 

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