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Carrie Moyer’s painting practice over the past two decades has been shaped by her identification with the radicalism of art, politics, and feminism of the 1960s-1970s, as well as her formal training in both painting and computer graphic design. Moyer’s deep engagement with the medium’s potential of melding beauty and message and her exploration of the roles of illusion and content in abstraction have identified her as one of painting’s most innovative contemporary practitioners.

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