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Annette Davidek

New Yorker Annette Davidek's paintings of floating forms look “like” so many things - roots, branches, coral, chromosomes, capillaries, atoms, algae. Her imagery’s ambiguous scale generates a micro and macroscopic interplay. Despite countless organic references, they remain abstract shapes repeated throughout .  This is carried over to her glass designs, which caused our craftspeople to create new techniques in faceted glass to execute her ideas.