It’s all about your point of view. The artist draws the horizon line, and we as viewers stand where the artist puts us. The horizon is the first decision the painter makes and is a key element in landscapes from Pompeii to Manet. All the artists in this exhibition have concentrated on landscape for many years – it’s the way they go to the ends of the earth.
Scott Allen, Gayle Bard, Tyler Boley, Gillian Bull, Victoria Harrison, Nikki McClure, Elizabeth Moga, Beverly Shaw-Starkovich, and Hugo Shi.
Beverly Shaw-Starkovich, Somewhere Ages & Ages Hence, 2008. Acrylic. Image courtesy of the artist.
The Unexpected Table
We count on artists to re-imagine everyday life. The table-makers in this show are designers, engineers, craftsmen, but first of all, artists. So whether they make tables of wood, steel, clay, or glass, all their work is practical; none of it is predictable.
Andy Caro, Garth Edwards, Larry Halvorsen, Solia Hermes, Steve Humphrey, Aaron Levine, Hugh Montgomery, Gerry Newcomb, Seth Rolland, Jay T. Scott, Michele van Slyke, Don Spencer, and Dan Walters.
Seth Rolland, Sprout Oval coffee table, 2007. Cherry, basalt, glass. Frank Ross photo.