five points gallery

The space for this exhibition was long and narrow with a wall of windows on one long side. The ‘Counterpoise’ Series worked perfectly with the architecture of the long wall.  ‘And Miles To Go’ used the center length of the space with Entrapped’ coming off a smaller wall on one end. The entire exhibition could be seen from the street and it glowed from within at night. A small but powerful exhibition.

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Susan Ferrari Rowley


At this time, I had ‘left the wall’ and was exploring free-standing sculpture. The work was all about the purity of line, and the exterior shell of the sculptures integrating with the interior space, pulling the viewer around and in visually.  Shadows from actual lines, become complex when they combine with those case. My interest in balance is becoming evident, most strikingly in ‘Precarious’. I enjoy creating two-dimensional framed pieces that are derivative from the sculptures, and began a new series of sculptural deconstructions to accompany several of them.  ‘Cantilevered Plane’ is the perfect example of this endeavor, specifically placed on the back wall of the gallery.

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