John Gnorski

With a relatively limited palette of materials – wood, ink, paper, paint – and a restless curiosity, I make work that lingers in the liminal space between representation and abstraction, “fine” art and craft, grounded and nearly weightless. Birds made of trees, line drawings manifested as three dimensional objects, prints embracing the accidental and crude, “kites” of bent wood and rice paper, and who knows what tomorrow may bring!

I consider myself incredibly fortunate to be able to make objects and pictures in this remarkably beautiful place, surrounded by plants, animals, and landscapes that teach me how to look more deeply and attentively every day.