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Title:Metal Mash-Up
Date:7/10/2024 (Wednesday)
Address:554 S Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM 87501-2618, United States
Location:Santa Fe, NM
Hours:Wednesday, July 10, 2024 at 12PM 7PM EDT
Cost/Cover:See Details
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Details:Charlotte Jackson Fine Art is pleased to present a group exhibition of metalwork sculpture, Metal Mash-Up. The show will run from July 5 August 3, with an Opening reception on Friday, July 5 from 5-7 p.m. The gallery is located in the Railyard Arts District at 554 South Guadalupe Street.

Summer is heat and space and light. Summer is color. Summer is bold. Summer is perfect for sculpture. This summer, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art is excited to revive its themed group sculpture exhibition: Metal Mash-Up. A group exhibition is always a way to set up room for comparison and contemplation. The unique perspectives of different artists allow a viewer to relate to pieces in a whole new way. Metal Mash-Up, playing on the idea of a mash up in music or literature, features three talented artists whose metalworks offer a wide variety of forms, formats, approaches, fabrications, and colors: Pard Morrison, Elliot Norquist, and Jeremy Thomas. This diverse range of metalworks offers the chance to explore nuance, detail, and difference in ways that a single-artist show wouldnt allow.

The first thing you see, entering the gallery, may be Pard Morrisons large freestanding aluminum columns. These pieces are a bit larger than human scale ranging from 6.5 to 12 feet tall and 1.5 to 2.5 feet wide. Covered in softly vivid blocks of woven colors, they are brush painted, contrary to what one might expect with metal sculpture of this size, using special industrial paints that offer a vast catalog of color options. On very close inspection, you can see the hand of the artist in the brushwork on the surfaces. Morrison weaves strips of colors together across the horizontal and vertical planes in varied patterns. Where the colors meet, lines sometimes disappear or overlap, or sometimes merge, morphing into different hues. These complex, interlaced and unexpectedly connected colors prove to be both thoughtful and mesmeric.

Turning to Elliot Norquists steel wall pieces and found object work, we fi
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