This exhibit gave visitors the unique opportunity to view a series of experimental pieces. These works, produced in the very early morning hours of my private residence, capture fleeting light and color. A reflection on home as a place understood through various piecemeal experiences and sensations was the topic of a short essay, Conditions of a Morning. This essay instigated the works in the show, which featured paintings in gouache and vinyl on glass.

"Rebecca Norton has cartographer's precision and her muses, math and philosophy, give her abstractions the important purposes of mapping both knowledge and incomprehension, expressing the space between movement and stillness, becoming and being undone, and documenting the inanimate object as well as the emotional depths of intimacy." -Armature Art Space 2014

Link to the essay Conditions of a Morning