See Glass. See Glass at Rocky Vertone’s Full Circle Frameworks Gallery beginning Friday, June 5, 5:00 p.m. Go home at 9:00 p.m. But have lots of fun those four hours.
Steven Glass, a local Jackson Hole artist, will show his new mixed media work that, according to Vertone, “…resembles contemporary/urban/graffitti compositions….” Glass applies multiple materials to glass; the glass is his canvas. Vertone describes the works as bold and graphic; my eye is seeing an abundance of pastels, not the usual graffiti/urban shade of pale. Pastels add a dreamy quality to Glass’ compositions, which are said to be visual descriptions of thought.
Thoughts are dreams, aren’t they? Faceless figures are positioned in nebulous, rainbow space. They float. Some of Glass’ subjects seemed plucked from a hip fashion layout. Others are lost in thought. Lost, thinking, taking a breath before whatever happens next, happens. Glass may be trying to convey the thought process, his own developing thoughts, rather than thoughts themselves. Incomplete storylines are suggested.
Vertone tells us he’ll attempt an on-line opening! Does that mean hidden cameras? Cool! Voyeurism! You, looking at us, looking at Glass, looking at his thoughts.
Host: FULL CIRCLE FRAMEWORKS
Start Time: Friday, June 5 at 5:00pm
End Time: Friday, June 5 at 9:00pm
Where: FULL CIRCLE FRAMEWORKS AND GALLERY