The Havard Crimson, "Arts Asks: Sandra Lerner" by Nicole T. Sturgis April 11, 2017
Sandra Lerner is a painter based in New York whose work explores the intersections between Eastern philosophy and theories in physics and cosmology. Her work is featured in collections around the world, including the Kampo Museum in Kyoto and
the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Connecticut. Currently, ten of her
paintings are on display in the Gutman Gallery, at Harvard’s Graduate School of
Education. This exhibit, “Creative Flux,” takes as its theme visual representations of Taoism and modern physics.
Donald Kuspit, exhibition essay
Looking at Sandra Lerner's new series of paintings, Flux/Space, one sees sweep,energy, subtle grandeur, and a hint of landscape. The painterly horizon line moving, with the insistence of what Kandinsky called "inner necessity," across the canvas, is sometimes dense and forceful, at other times seems fragile and uncertain, and always sky blue, so that it stands out of the atmospheric field it divides...