RATIO 3 - MERIDIAN - TRUESILVER
ART MEETS ARCHITECTURE
(with assistance from RWM)
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Ratio 3 Gallery: Mathew Hale - Ma The Whale.
Review by RWM: Interesting collage collaborations between newsprint, photos, and other miscellaneous objects. One is left wondering what meanings should be derived with the "truth" here being somewhat hard to digest at times. Great associations to be had for exploring and critical minds.
Comment by AB: Mathew Hale coaxes collage out of its traditional somnambulance, sets aside all the rules, and just plain wails on whatever he considers adereable to whatever he happens to think is worthy of adherement. He then shadowboxes it all up to dimensionalize the effects, and off we go. The unconventional results are guaranteed to lasso your attention and immerse you in his elaborate agenda. His seemingly endless array of ingredients includes a tin can, a smiley face, post-it notes and even a working periscope. Good show; go see.
Original take on collage art by Mathew Hale at Ratio 3 Gallery (like it).
Collage art by Mathew Hale closer.
Art with embedded periscope by Mathew Hale at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Art by Mathew Hale (like it).
Mathew Hale collage art closer at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Shadowbox collage art by Mathew Hale.
Mathew Hale installation looking from front to back at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Mathew Hale installation looking back to front.
Meridian Gallery: CERBERUS - New Transmedial Work by Jarrett Earnest, Leigha Mason, and Whitney Vangrin.
Comment by AB: Options include painterly portrait/still-life/hand combinations by Leigha Mason on the main floor, a rather lackadaisical drawing/text/textile installation incorporating honey as a significant ingredient by Jarrett Earnest on the second floor, and an intriguing latex and plastic medical-related installation focused on limbs and extremities by Whitney Vangrin on the third floor.
Art by Leigha Mason at Meridian Gallery.
Art by Leigha Mason.
Leigha Mason and her art in above image closer at Meridian Gallery.
Art by Leigha Mason.
Art/installation by Whitney Vangrin at Meridian Gallery.
Art by Whitney Vangrin closer.
Whitney Vangrin is also wearing her art at Meridian Gallery.
Latex fashion by Whitney Vangrin.
Whitney Vangrin art & installation at Meridian Gallery.
Unimpressive art by Jarrett Earnest at Meridian Gallery.
Jarrett Earnest art.
Honey-infused art by Jarrett Earnest at Meridian Gallery.
Fabric banner art by Jarrett Earnest.
Truesilver Gallery: Nice One - Kyle Knobel & Walter Logue.
Comment by AB: Whimsical drawings by Kyle Knobel are interspersed with quick textual quips and repartee by Walter Logue.
Art by Kyle Knobel (left) & Walter Logue (right) at Truesilver Gallery.
Text art by Walter Logue.
Pencil still-life art by Kyle Knobel at Truesilver Gallery.
Truesilver CEO Heather Holt Villyard strikes a pose on the downstairs divan.
Art by Kyle Knobel (center) & Walter Logue (left & right).
Kyle Knobel art in above image closer at Truesilver Gallery.
Attendance figures - Kyle Knobel & Walter Logue art show at Truesilver Gallery.
Art Meets Architecture: Epoch Opus.
Artists: Isaac Saavedra, Anthony Aversano, Aurelius Tishlarish, Sami Nageau, K.C. Taylor.
Comment by AB: Rangy kaleidoscopic collaborative installation comprising mural-sized paintings, light sculpture, and a geometric walk-through black light passageway.
One side of the black light passageway at Art Meets Architecture.
The other side of the black light passageway.
Interior of the blacklight passageway at Art Meets Architecture.
Collaborative art at Art Meets Architecture.
Fabric & light sculpture.
Patriotic babe art at Art Meets Architecture.
Tunes - group art show at Art Meets Architecture.