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Photo courtesy of Moncrief Cancer Institute

Moncrief Cancer Institute’s Fall 2020 exhibition features paintings by Ashley Stecenko. With an unconventional form of painting, Stecenko creates psychological landscapes through a process of solvent-based photo transfers.

In her first solo exhibition, Stecenko focuses on her personal experience with family. Using photographs of her family spaces, she rearranges the image to better understand her own family dynamic within them. These paintings are about disconnect and displacement but most importantly, love and home.

The Moncrief Cancer Institute is not open to the public for exhibition viewing due to COVID-19 restrictions; however, the exhibition will be available for virtual viewing.

The exhibition will remain on view through January 29, 2021.

Moncrief Cancer Institute’s Fall 2020 exhibition features paintings by Ashley Stecenko. With an unconventional form of painting, Stecenko creates psychological landscapes through a process of solvent-based photo transfers.

In her first solo exhibition, Stecenko focuses on her personal experience with family. Using photographs of her family spaces, she rearranges the image to better understand her own family dynamic within them. These paintings are about disconnect and displacement but most importantly, love and home.

The Moncrief Cancer Institute is not open to the public for exhibition viewing due to COVID-19 restrictions; however, the exhibition will be available for virtual viewing.

The exhibition will remain on view through January 29, 2021.

Moncrief Cancer Institute’s Fall 2020 exhibition features paintings by Ashley Stecenko. With an unconventional form of painting, Stecenko creates psychological landscapes through a process of solvent-based photo transfers.

In her first solo exhibition, Stecenko focuses on her personal experience with family. Using photographs of her family spaces, she rearranges the image to better understand her own family dynamic within them. These paintings are about disconnect and displacement but most importantly, love and home.

The Moncrief Cancer Institute is not open to the public for exhibition viewing due to COVID-19 restrictions; however, the exhibition will be available for virtual viewing.

The exhibition will remain on view through January 29, 2021.

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