It’s June and I’m installing my show with Kyle Ripp tomorrow in the Elizabeth Denison Hatch Gallery, at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts. Here’s a teaser.
I went back and forth on whether I should paint the wall blue behind it.
I have decided to install it and then decide but I think I’m NOT going to paint the wall. I want it to be viewed from as many angles as the space allows and not just from head on.
I will know when I get it installed whether I’ve made the right choice. Since this is my first time showing sculpture in a gallery it’s been really hard to visualize it. I’m also working on a sound component which will be available for listening on a personal player with headphones, another first for me.
Here is a detail from the painting also included in the show.
Title: “Crash, Hush…” 48 x 92 inches (diptych).
The opening is this Friday, June 4th, 5:30 – 9 pm. I’ll be giving an artist’s talk starting with the piece I have included in the member’s show NEW juried by Roberta Fallon and ending in the Hatch Gallery. The talk will be sometime between 6:30 and 7:00.