“Dual Vision,” watercolor painting and terracotta sculpture
“Dual Vision” is a collaborative effort between two artists as they explore the relationship between the figurative and the allegorical as well as their expression of two concepts of the same subject, in different dimensions. Poklop’s paintings in watercolor speak in an allegorical voice, using realistic images to express mythological concepts. Lee’s sculpture in terracotta deals with spirituality and rhythm of the human form within a representational and direct manner. They are both intrigued by the geometry and architecture of the human body and how those physical forms reflect inner voices.