Angela Heisch looks to nature in her paintings. Through investigating the natural world, Heisch hopes to replicate the balanced beauty of organic compositions in her own work via repetition and patterns. Heisch paints psychological spaces, or a subconscious reality through which the viewer can pass. With uncanny precision, the abstract paintings play with perfection and perceived perfection, revealing and concealing biomorphic symmetry.
Recent selected solo exhibitions include Trapeze, Davidson Gallery, New York, NY (US); Heed, Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (US) and Like Molasses, No Place Gallery, Columbus, OH (US) amongst others. The artist’s works are part of various important private collections.