Sandra Lerner

Cosmic Sublime, 2019

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Macrocosm Series

painting, Macrocosm XV, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm XIV, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm X, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm VIII, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm VII, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm XI, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm XII, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm VI, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm IV, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm IX, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm V, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm I, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm III, by Sandra Lerner painting, Macrocosm III, by Sandra Lerner

Microcosm Series

painting, Microcosm V, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm XII, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm IV, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm X, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm VI, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm XVIII, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm VIII, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm XXVIII, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm XIV, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm III, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm VI, by Sandra Lerner painting, Microcosm VII, by Sandra Lerner

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The Feminine Cosmos: Sandra Lerner’s Sublime Paintings, essay by Donald Kuspit
How to represent the unrepresentable—the sublime, the sense of being in the presence of “unrepresentable excess” or “limitlessness”—that’s the task of Sandra Lerner’s paintings. They are undoubtedly abstract—they belong to the tradition of so-called musical painting that began with Kandinsky’s abstractions. But they are also representations of limitless cosmic space, grounded in a scientific understanding...
 
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