The notion of remembrance -- embodied by the mental or emotional associations that objects carry -- is central to the art of Caryl Burtner and Taliaferro Logan. Both use an array of unorthodox materials -- dried flowers, say, in Burtner’s case; paint chips for Logan -- to evoke things that only can be felt, not seen.
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