Full Spectrum is an exhibition of works in which Diane Lachman searches for a way to reconcile opposing forces in life and nature: rhythm and order, control and surprise, clarity and mystery. She seeks to discover equilibrium by making connections between color, form, and meaning.
Although influenced by her observations in nature, Bauhaus teachings, ancient architecture, textiles, and exceptional artwork from all over the world, color itself remains her primary source of inspiration. Lachman’s years of experience studying and teaching color theory complement and inform her intuitive approach to visual communication in painting. Geometric forms provide the structure for infinite and inventive relationships. These shapes allow her to emphasize the expressive power of color.