minimal:  1) of a minimum amount, quantity, or degree, 2) in art- characterized by the use of simple or primary forms or structures, especially geometric op massive ones, characterized by simplicity and lack of adornment or decoration

In a day in which our lives are immersed in physical and mental clutter, a look at that which is minimal invites us to serenity, offers us focus, and draws us to essence. This week the women of f/4 studio explore “minimal” as seen from three perspectives.


© Sharon Brown Christopher


© Sharon Brown Christopher

© Sue Henry

© Sue Henry

© Sandy Burr

© Sandy Burr




Contributed by Sharon Brown Christopher



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