Nichole Gronvold Roller
Acrylic, Ink, Earthenware, Underglaze, Wood Panels
8" X 7" X 1 1/2"
In Gronvold Roller's recent geometric abstractions, she depicts both tangible and visual interpretations of her daily viewings. Even though her art is devoid of the figure, she often thinks of people being present in the spaces she creates. Humans leave an impression on the landscape through agriculture, urban sprawl, rural development, building roads, erecting signage, bridges, factories, and domestic and public spaces. With human-made structures in harmony or discord to nature, the theme of nature and architecture is a subject she never tires of investigating.