May 12 - July 8, 2017
Opening Reception: Friday, May 12th 5-7 pm
I'm very excited to be included in Fabrication at the Freeport Art Museum, opening May 12, 2017. I will be one of 3 artists participating in this large exhibit. The museum has chosen to show 19 of my sculptural works, ranging from 1997 to 2017- a twenty year representation of my sculptures. This will be the largest exhibition of my sculpture work to date, ranging from the early paper doll shadowbox pieces of the late 1990's to my most recent bronze, Beneath the Remnant Veil.
At the show, some of the labels next to my work will have QR codes that will link the viewer to short audio files of me talking about a specific piece. If you don't have one already, please download a QR code reader app on your phone, then scan away, and have a listen.
From the FAM website:
The artists whose work is featured in Fabrication each use an array of objects to assemble and fabricate imagined and unexpected scenes. Initially, the combination of elements might appear contradictory or even illogical, which challenges the viewer to make sense of the unfamiliar by placing themselves within the scenes. The results are surreal-like compositions that pull at the viewers unconscious.