Candice Smith Corby (Painting Fellow ’08) and Julie Levesque (Sculpture/Installation Fellow ’05), who had a terrific Artist to Artist conversation on this blog a few months ago, both unveil installations this weekend.
Candice’s Estate of Things opens at Essex Art Center in Lawrence tonight (Friday, May 8), with a 5-7 PM opening reception. The painted wall installation considers the objects – beloved but meaningless – left behind once we are gone. Like the image below, the piece pulls you in with curious juxtapositions of the familiar yet discordant.
Julie’s Sift is installed in a new space beside the Clark Gallery in Lincoln. The sculptural work depicts a monochromatic figure crawling on a circular path. Like much of Julie’s work, it’s stark and creepy, a beautiful scene harboring dark secrets.
Read what other past fellows/finalists are up to in the Fellows Notes.
Image: Candice Smith Corby, detail of ESTATE OF THINGS (2009), acrylic on cut-out canvas on painted wallpaper (objects are life size)’ Julie Levesque, installation view of SIFT (2009), 3.5’X20’X20′; Julie Levesque, detail of SIFT (2009), 3.5’X20’X20′.
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