Allison StewartStewart’s sensual paintings, with their indefinable romantic appeal, can be compared to a movie starlet who’s also a member of Mensa. The biologist-turned-artist begins each work with a background suggesting a site plan, architectural grid or oil field map, then paints her loose, expressive renderings of layers of wildflowers and weeds, her delicate washes suggesting their threatened fragility, flashes of hot red reflecting her concerns about global warming and industrial pollution.

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