This exhibition subverts the traditional experience of viewing art by putting the focus squarely on the stories behind the pieces. Each artwork will be accompanied by an explanation from the artist detailing some aspect of the piece’s inspiration, conceptualization or production. Discover how Janice Sugg’s painting Yellow Light Through the Water was inspired by the shimmering moonlight reflected in irrigation water on her farm in Longmont and how Michael McLaughlin’s “Squirrel and Oak” sculpture owes its existence to a ravenous squirrel who rained nut shells on the artist’s Connecticut studio from an oak tree far above.
—Image courtesy of Mirada Fine Art
- Arts and Exhibits
- Oct 15, 2016 to Nov 06, 2016