In this recent series, the large scale allows the works of art to emerge from their minimalist environment to leave their stamp on the world with the authority acquired from fervor and richly seasoned experience.

Lescano always uses wood and metal—metal is generally used as a structural component.

She now uses kiri—a clear and lightweight wood nearly free of knots.
Color comes across as an accent, in profiles or intersections.

Otherwise, various random pieces rearrange themselves in a desultory fashion. In such cases, the viewer notes their irregular and contingent nature as they run along monolithic blocks.

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