An Exhibit of Four Artists’ Expressions of Light
How are we to understand the ephemeral ways in which light behaves, validating all of life? How might an artist pay proper homage to this vast and vital force? With wax and wood and paint and stitches. Light needs to be contained (but not caged.) Light needs context, it needs an outfit in the right size if we are to interact with it in such personal ways. 1+1=1 Gallery has invited four brilliant artists to respond to the theme of “light” and the resulting exhibition is truly profound.
Tim Carney, Erika James, Linda McCray and Pam Sullivan are featured in our exhibit, “Light.”
Tim Carney, Erika James, Linda McCray and Pam Sullivan are featured in our exhibit, “Light.” Master woodworker Tim Carney, has created a new collection of lamps and chandelier with wood veneers. Erika James, a Portland artist, paints atmospheric encaustics depicting imaginary ocean and gorge landscapes full of mists, sky and sea. Helena artist, Linda McCray, shows her expansive ethereal paintings full of emotion and grace. Pam Sullivan, of Lawrence Kansas uses translucent fabric, paint and stitches to create abstract works based on water patterns, textures and light.
We will be serving complimentary frosty muscato and ice cold lemonade. Come Thirsty, Leave Inspired!
You know us, so you know we love having kids and adults in the art gallery! Bring your families and friends to see the artworks anytime during the show. We hope viewing our artist’s expressions of light sparks conversations with your parents, kids, siblings, friends and even strangers. See you!