Anti-gravity

May 8 - August 28, 2021

 

With all due respect to gravity and its crucial properties, this all-Art Enables exhibition celebrates the feeling of pushing against the forces that anchor us down in favor of those that make us feel buoyant and free.

 

A handful of works included here present our common associations with a lack of gravity in outer space scenes: an astronaut floats above the surface of the moon in Sarah Swan’s “Don’t Jump Too High!” while Michael Knox’s “Houston, We Have a Problem” depicts a comical attempt to feed a dog in zero gravity. Other works show more earthly sensations of weightlessness  floating in water or jumping into the air. Some feel more surreal  like Eileen Schofield’s fruit bowl floating uncannily above a table  while still others express their exuberant forces through colorful abstract compositions. Fast cars, soaring birds, floating hot dogs, and cosmic hangs are in the air (literally) for our Spring/Summer studio gallery exhibition.

 

Public gallery hours: Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Thursdays, 5 - 7 p.m.

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