The Choreography of Cranes: A Study of Motion

In a departure from her former inspiration, the ostrich, Heather Lancaster redirects her hand and focus to a bird of a different feather - the sandhill crane. With "informal formalism" Lancaster strives to capture the individual & highly spirited compositions of one of the Southeast's most exceptional migratory travelers. An Atlanta native, this is her third show with Spalding Nix Fine Art.

En Avant, 2017

Heather Lancaster

En Avant, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

75 x 99 in

Révérence: Bow, 2017

Heather Lancaster

Révérence: Bow, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

60 x 40 in

Allongé II, 2017

Heather Lancaster

Allongé II, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

74 x 69 in

Allongé  I, 2017

Heather Lancaster

Allongé I, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

74 x 69 in

Révérence: Curtsy, 2017

Heather Lancaster

Révérence: Curtsy, 2017

graphite, charcoal, india ink on paper

60 x 40 in

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The Choreography of Cranes: A Study of Motion
In a departure from her former inspiration, the ostrich, Heather Lancaster redirects her hand and focus to a bird of a different feather - the sandhill crane. With "informal formalism" Lancaster strives to capture the individual & highly spirited compositions of one of the Southeast's most exceptional migratory travelers. An Atlanta native, this is her third show with Spalding Nix Fine Art.
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Spalding Nix Fine Art, LLC
Atlanta
Georgia
2017-09-08T00:00:00.0000000
2017-11-04T00:00:00.0000000