October 14, 2016 § Leave a comment
Bradd Skubinna and Megan Atwood Cherry in the Gallery
Megan has asked her sister and her mother to join her in an investigation of materials, relationships, and place.
Bradd Skubinna has brought in a delightful collection of gouache paintings and an amazing collection of items.
His collection makes a wonderful comment on the beauty of the common, and looking at our daily lives.
November 28, 2014 § Leave a comment
We have such a good time seeing Bradd’s work. Today, a couple of visitors talked about how it looked like Andy Goldsworthy’s work. We also talked about a couple of other options, such as urban sand painting, and collage with objects, or assemblage. They asked if anything ever was permanently assembled. We said a few have been.
Some are at the MAC.
November 14, 2014 § Leave a comment
August 8, 2013 § Leave a comment
It’d be delightful to have you come by the space today. We have a couple of folks sitting this week. And we have two very interesting sets of work in the space.
Our exhibiting artists are sitting quite a bit. This enables you to come and ask questions of the folks who made the work! We know how much fun that is, when you are looking at something, and then you just want to know, “did this come from a painting idea from a hundred years ago?” We love standing in front of works and wondering what the idea is, out-loud, with friends.
We think this is part of the work of looking, and thinking about looking. As educators, we encourage this in our classes, but we also do it out in the world. It’s not that different from trying on cloths and asking what our friend things about the piece.
So, we have members in the space to enable you to come in and look.
Thursday: Mariah from noon to five,
Friday: Lance from noon to four, then Hannah from four to eight.
Saturday: Hannah (again) noon to four, then Bradd from four to eighth.
Come by and have a conversation. It’s one of the things we love to do here.