by Patricia Frischer
|Gary Lang's Waving - NFT|
June 4 to July 30
The five four-pointed star shapes created by Gary Lang reside in the long room at Quint Gallery. I could not help wanting to see these shaped canvases, point to point instead of separated by so much space, but maybe they were trying to reproduce a feeling of a constellation in the sky. But the eye opener for me was being able to see my first NFT work, projected in a space of it’s own, also by Lang. You see them online, but this light filled circle was radiant.
Dana Van Horn: Caught
Quint's The Museum Of__
A room within a room with it’s door was the perfect venue for Dana Van Horn’s 441 realist portraits. On view is a selection of 441 realist portraits by Dana Van Horn. The are subtle changes of color but mainly black and white watercolors. Evidently one was made every night and together they are a wonderful wall paper of humanity.
We always enjoying seeing the work of Kim MacConnel (SD Art Prize 2009) and the painted chair is a delight. There are a couple of works by Roman de Salvo (SD Art Prize 2007) and this table sculpture is a conversation starter. We understand Adam Belt (SD Art Prize 2011) will be included in the next display. SD Art Prize