There are no initial personal attachments to the subjects India Mark paints. They are forms that promote deep observation through various light and textural effects. It is through time spent looking that the artist considers the vessels to attain some value. Her paintings seek an exact measure through equilibrium and the ruled line, then softened by beveled corners. Objects reverberate along their edges as they interpret an underlying structure.
Goya Soda is the name of this exhibition and is also a song by the French group Christine and The Queens. The two words contrast the intensity of Goya’s painting and the pop sparkle of soda water.