Artist Judith Belzer has spent the better part of the past two decades tracing the interplay between organic and manufactured landscapes. In her latest series of paintings, "Paths of Desire," she looks down upon the convergence of nature and industry from the perspective of a crop duster, creating a semiabstract portrait of the Bay Area from a bird's-eye view. Belzer joins us to discuss her latest series of oil-paintings, and the ways in which the man-made and the organic fold into one another in our day-to-day lives.
Painter Judith Belzer: Where Nature and Industry Coexist
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(Courtesy of George Lawson Gallery)
Judith Belzer, artist whose recent exhibit is "Paths of Desire: New Paintings"