Over the years a variety of real and imagined human heads and faces (including my own) have occurred to me as subjects. I frequently drew and painted my most immediate reactions to them. Over time, these images filled the walls of my studio.
The harmonies and discords of the work shown here now resonate and multiply, unannounced and uninvited. These faces on paper, some torn and damaged, some with edges curled by time, are pinned to the wall not in chronological order but in my personal arrangement.
These drawings have never been exhibited.
– Idelle Weber, 2004
Head Room, 2004
Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY