I am thrilled to participate in “48 Pillars,” a structural constraint show at Arc Gallery in San Francisco opening on Saturday, February 26th, 2022 from 7-9pm. The curator, Michael Yochum invited 24 San Francisco Bay Area artists to each produce a diptych on identically sized panels. There was no limitation based on the subject matter but each artist needed to utilize the 12″W x 48″H panel format.
It was exciting to adapt my imagery to a column-like structure. In working in this format, I began to think of the Greek mythological Sirens, who were a combination of a woman and a bird. In Homer’s Odyssey, they are described as a pair which felt perfect for the two-column format. The Sirens are known for their seductive song and their lure of danger. Below are some detail pictures of the work which I would like to share with you!
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Detail images of “The Sirens.” This is a diptych with overall dimensions of 12″H x 48″W.
Here I am working in the studio on “The Sirens.”