Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Opening: How Things Grow

Reception 4th Friday, June 24
with Jesse from "The Bear Romantic"!

"How Things Grow"
by Kate Sinclair & Meredith Connelly
Saturday, June 4
Installations, Sculptures, Paintings, Ceramic Works
Wabi Sabi Warehouse, 9th & Princess

On the Web: Kate Sinclair

I am getting really excited about this opening! Kate and Meredith have a vision for this coordinated display of work, so much of it is about LIGHT-light as energy (that cannot be created or destroyed), the primeval experience of light at birth, the way light affects color, Reflection, the organic progression of living things toward the light...simultaneously, this work is informed by the natural world, the cyclical/circular patterns of living/dying and the natural movement and patterns of light and shadow. WoW! This is not just a display of the works of two different artists with two different ideas set side by side, but a cooperative venture that has been created through the sharing of ideas. Kate's work is primarily painting (check out her website, link above), while Meredith brings glowing installations inspired by nature. And there's other stuff too, I just can't wait to see it all. Join us for the opening, let's see what they're up to.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

The Glitter Days of Late Spring

Addie Wuensch in the House
Even if you've seen our current exhibit, "Glitter Bath" by Addie Wuensch, the art has changed over the course of the month. For every piece sold, new pieces have been hung-including Jewels. We have this work in the wareHouse, along with the artist, for the next little bit.
Sunday, May 22: Noon-3pm warehouse Open for regular Wabitation Hours, hosted by Addie with her Pink Cookies. Tea and Ding.

Friday, May 27: 6pm-9pm warehouse Open for the Closing Reception of "Glitter Bath." All the hoopla you would expect, including~POEM RELEASE. If you have a poem you would like to Release to the human collective mind, bring it. If you can't make it to the event, we can still release your poem, just send it wabitation{}gmail.com. COLLABORATIVE GLUING. Big piece of paper wants you to glue something on it. We shall have bits to glue, but you are free to bring your own 2 to 2 1/2 dimensional object. SOUND COLLAGE. Bring an Instrument. This could be within your own throat. Be prepared to make a noise. And of course, my friends, MORE GLITTER BAPTISM, sainthood is attainable through Glitter wAblution.

AND WHAT'S NEXT? Stay tuned for information on our next Opening: How Things Grow by Meredith Connolly & Kate Sinclair. Saturday, June 4.