from the Huffington Post

Janet Norris: ‘Living Dangerously’ at Far Out Gallery, San Francisco

by John Seed

 photo by Mark Hubbell

photo by Mark Hubbell

Painter Janet Norris, whose work is currently on view at the Far Out Gallery in San Francisco, creates personal and poetic images that multiply metaphors and possible meanings. For example, when water appears in her work—as it often does—it may represent a primeval ritual element, a mode of travel, a threat, an escape, a precious resource, or a metaphor for life or death. Norris’ open-ended narratives, although told gently, often embody risks, dangers and transformations.    (Continue reading here.)