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The figure in Jaqueline Cedar's painting, This problem of chance, has a strong inclination toward action yet limited mobility. She finds herself absorbed by her own thoughts and yet compelled to engage with her surroundings. As she acknowledges the absurdity of her circumstances she observes closely and looks for a way out.  By arranging figures as armatures for hanging line and color, Cedar's paintings construct scenarios in which subjects behave both as backdrops and participants, observers and actors.
"This graphic and bold work suggests curiosity and discovery. We really connect to the flesh-colored background contrasted with the bold drawing."
–Le Harmuth, Curator,

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