This summer I had a piece in a show called Abstract Catalyst at the Verum Ultimum Gallery in Portland, Oregon.
|See that turquoise circle? Read on to learn more about its birth.|
|Beginning to lay down the orzos.|
30 inch diameter
aluminum, paint, vinyl
The wind would drive the glittering clouds,
The cottonwoods would croon,
And past the sheaves and through the leaves,
Came whispers from the moon.
Pretty great, right? A name change was required and I'm happy I did it. It's a small thing but with abstract pieces titles can matter if you want to get a certain narrative started in the viewers' imagination. I mentioned this in brief blurb in this post.
Also, the gallery used this piece on their promotional mailers, which I didn't find out about until it was returned to me (because it sadly was not purchased) and they included a postcard.