Solo Exhibition of Works by Rochelle Marcus Dinkin
Rochelle Marcus Dinkin describes her work as a "psychological diary of [her] translation of the individual's journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative." Exploring themes of feminism, sexuality, and mythology, Dinkin's elaborately patterned figurative works center on the stories of women, their relationships, and their roles. With their Medieval references and ornate compositions, the works entice the viewer to embark on the heroine's journey, traveling through Dinkin's imaginative, magical realms where personal mythologies unfold.