R O U N D W E A T H E R
Wind over Water
September 3 - October 23, 2021
Reception: Saturday September 11, 3-6 PM
The exhibit’s title takes inspiration in the above artwork by Colter Jacobsen. He focuses our attention onto how the words and ideas for Wind, Water, Mind, and Matter mirror each other, resulting in a pulsing of being, an evocation of spiritually- or metaphysically-infused highlights of language and visual art. Gabriela Gonzalez Leal writes, "I look at art as a vehicle for meditation. [...] It leads the viewer to reflect on other realities." Reflect on other realities, the artists of Wind over Water do. As well as meditate upon the one at hand.
Names (above and below) link to Artists' Statements.
Shelley Hoyt, 5D/2, 2021,
mixed media, 20.5 x 13.5 x .5 in.
Rumi Koshino, Untitled, 2015, paper, 12 x 5 in.
Maisin artist, Untitled, mid-1990s,
tapa cloth & natural dyes, 51 x 43 in. unframed
Nkiruka Oparah, Poetics of Reverie, 2014, digital collage on archival paper, edition of 5, 18 x 24 in. framed
Yulia Pinkusevich, Spirit Animals, 2021, pastel & acrylic on Fabriano Artistico paper over panel, 49 x 58 in. framed
Jesse Schlesinger, Untitled, 2019,
oak & kakishibu, each block 6 x 6 x 2 in.
Elizabeth Sims, Stromatolith, 2019, watercolor, digital processes, arhival print, 26 x 38 in. unframed
Andrew Sungtaek, My Body is a Temple, 2020, concrete, foam, epoxy, wood, clothing, water pump, wig, 45 x 22 x19 in.
Paul Taylor, Disappearing Suit: Joaquin Miller #1, 2020, archival inkjet print, edition of 5
Rosie Lee Tompkins, Untitled, 1980, cotton & polyester, 63 x 38 in.