Sunday, May 17, 2009

After the Goldrush Installed

Tom Sanford, Gina Magid and Jim Lee

Gina Magid, Neil Young, Jim Lee

Tom Sanford. After the Goldrush poster. Oil & fake gold on paper.

Gina Magid. Soaring Hawk with Chains. Oil paint, metal beads on wood.

Jim Lee. Untitled (Rust White and Blue).

Nellie Bridge, Jim Lee and Justin Craun

Justin Craun. Party. Oil on canvas.

Jim Lee. Untitled (the Morning Comes). Acrylic, flashe and foamcore on cardboard.

Nellie Bridge. Oyster Bed. Watercolors and poem.
Nellie's Poem:

Oyster Bed

I closed my eyes because I was sick of the world

and opened them

and it hurt to see

the frame of a mirror

so closed them again

and wished to become a barnacle sticking onto the back of a pickup truck heading out.

Or if it delivered oysters

I could have been stuck to one of the broken shells in the bed.

We turned sideways and there was a one-dimensional darkness

and I was on the grass in another place.

The first things I notice are many streaks in the sky. The birds are very hot. So hot that

their bodies and breath leave misty trails everywhere they just were. A flock of

swallows over a pond can create a patch of fog.

What if there was nothing to take care of, for example, your teeth.

We had dreams of stimulation in the Authentic Living City.

Aaron Spangler, Sculpture Park, Woodcut.

Adrian Meraz. Night Spell: Cliff Agent. Wood, cardboard and string.

Anke Weyer and Adrian Meraz

Mamie Holst, Alisha Kerlin, Holly Coulis and Anke Weyer

Holly Coulis. Sky. Oil on canvas.

Alisha Kerlin. Where the Local Cats Go to Worship. 4 polaroids.

Alisha Kerlin, detail.

Mamie Holst. Landscape Before Dying (Toward Exiting #3). Acyrylic on canvas.

Gina Magid and Brad Kahlhamer

Brad Kahlhamer. Kelsey. Watercolor on paper.

Gina Magid. Soaring Hawk. Oil paint, pastel on board.

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