WASHINGTON POST CRITIC PRAISES Metalwork and Drawings by Robin Croft

Mark Jenkins begins his review in The Post this way: "Robin Croft is a man of steel yet his overarching theme is vulnerability." Croft's Metalwork assemblages "use frayed steel, wire And other industrial materials to evoke dangers either catastrophic or mundane," Jenkins continues. "A series of handsome collages, "Mondrian's Table," (is) inspired by a photograph of the Dutch artist's tidy array of personal objects. Croft substitutes such found objects as tickets and candy wrappers for Mondrian's watch and glasses, but even such random arrangements reflect a wish for order amid life's chaos."

SEE "Metalwork and Drawings by Robin Croft" MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND / SATURDAY, SUNDAY and MONDAY 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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"Metalwork and Drawings by Robin Croft" has been extended through June 15th.

The gallery is located at 1300 13th Street NW, Suite 105, Washington DC 20005


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