The beginnings of a good “art in small places” week-end
This is what I am seeing…everywhere….and it is so cool. A space, which was once thought of as strictly an office space, etc, has now become that… plus art, yoga, and poetry.
I was invited to this opening because I curate the Stone Church. I was so glad to meet this artist as we share views on quite a bit of what is happening locally as well as where it should go. Renda’s work crosses many fields, but most of the obvious are expressonist. She is shown here at a table with huge syringes filled with devices and things, like cell phones which are considered as addicting as cocaine or nicotine.
I was most drawn to her work that can be hung-some is very 3-D.
The show is, as it is billed, eclectic. Other works, like those of Susan Luca, are beautiful, small, and traditional. There are also some surreal treatments of photography.
As this is the end of a long week, I will follow up with the poetry reading and information…