Mark Olshansky, Peggy Reeves, and Geoff Young in a panel discussion about their work.
How often do we hear at galleries and museums the questions, "What am I looking at"? Or, "I wonder how that work was made"? Or, "Is that a drawing or a photograph or some excitable hybrid generated by sunlight or a smart computer?"
Viewers of the Knox Gallery show will get a chance to ask these, and other questions, of the three artists currently presenting examples of their works, on November 19th.
What are some of the tricks employed by Mark Olshansky when he makes embroidery? How are the drawings conceived that make up the structures of Geoffrey Young's colored pencil abstractions? Which comes first, the photograph or the grid--or some third term still to be confessed?--in Peggy Reeves variously layered works?
Join the friendly conversation on November 19th when these artists and the curious citizenry get the chance to make everything crystal clear, nearly: process becoming reality.