It's back! Figure Drawing will continue this month. Next two sessions are Wednesday August 6th and 20th. Reserve your spot or pay at the door for your chance to perfect your drawing skills.
Only $12 will get you one night or 20$ for both!
A collaboration and exploration of materials, process, and perception - that is the best way to describe Joe Beddall’s approach to art making.
An installation titled “Now You See It” in the main gallery incorporates moiré patterns that appear and shift as the viewer moves around it. Three painted fiberglass screen panels are stretched from floor to ceiling and the combination creates illusions of depth and motion, engaging the audience in a visual experience begging to be explored. This paint on screen technique is examined in additional pieces in the exhibit as well as an invented process Beddall calls “Waterworks.” These pieces are on sheet aluminum and are produced under water. This body of work is created by collaborating with nature, harnessing its energy to give it visual form.
On July 20th, 1969, Neil Armstrong stepped down onto the cool soils of my homeland. Many say that the televised moments shared across the globe were faked, and on July 20th, 2014, 45 years after this momentous occasion, I will give erth and her erthlings the tell all of why the moon landing was faked. This is the Pocahontas tale of my sexual relationship with America, her technologies, but most of all, her baby boy, Neil. Doors of the Bunker projects will open at 8:00 for a show shortly thereafter. Think Vagina Monologues meets TMZ elevator footage of the Knowles-Carter Dynasty mixed with the vocals of someone who listened to parts of Bjork songs a lot in the tenth grade.
The Moon Baby