This exhibition focuses on an overview of large sculptural works primarily from the 1980's and 1990's by renown South Florida sculptor Claire Jeanine Satin. The artist has had an extensive exhibition and collection history in the U.S. and Europe. Claire's work concentrates on the exploration of paper, and metal as mediums and breaks the boundaries of traditional sculptural forms.
These sculptures and constructions explore the connection between minimalistic forms while retaining a human connection. Some of the works have been influenced by the artist's association with her friend and mentor, the composer John Cage (1912-1992) and his concept of indeterminacy and chance operations. The artworks from 1980s and 1990s went through several phases, as they were constantly evolving in form, medium, and their level of minimalism and abstraction.