Some of these detailed etchings, created for Lone’s “A Moment in Time” exhibit and rendered in monochromatic blues and greys, are meant to help us capture the beauty of a single moment. Trees, drenched in moonlight are experienced in two ways: from outside, where we could walk over to touch them and from inside, seen through the bars of a window. She asks us to take a moment of time to appreciate the beauty around us, wherever we are.
Using positive and negative space, these multi-plate, single edition prints examine the early stages of creation, where cellular shapes morph into more defined structures. Lone’s palettes range from grounded earth tones to fanciful hues.