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Visit with Karina Bania

Karina Bania’s paintings feature pale hues and layers of subtle texture, often incorporating traditional pigments and dyes in stains and washes. Focusing on harmony between spontaneity and intention, each discrete shape in her paintings provokes a conversation between visible and unseen landscapes.

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“The thoughtful arrangement of objects amid abstraction form a sense of order and balance. We see this reflected in a slow moment in the rush of our days.”

— Karina Bania

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“The space between us holds all the things we don’t see. Lingering conversations, stolen glances, words left hanging in the air. Interactions not seen, but felt.”

— Karina Bania

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