Infinite color will feature works from artists Stephen Scott Smith, Kevin Bouton Scott, Joshua Petker, Chris Valkov, Seth Neefus, and David Wien. In Jacques own words: “Like Art, Color is by definition infinite. It is the visual perception that enables us to continuously experience all of life in new ways. This exhibition aims to explore works of Art that act as a stage for color to perform its unbounded dance.
The works have a wide variety of mediums and diverse subject matter. Each artist brings to the group their own personal visual styling. From Dave Wiens folk inspired wood carvings, to Chris Valkovs rigidly precise paintings, the pieces themselves simply act as a platform for each artist to investigate what color means to them and their art practice.
Jacques states, “as an artist I am constantly fascinated by how we perceive colors in an infinite variety of ways. How by putting two colors together we create a mood, or tell a story. The curation of this show is an extension of that wonder. How will this diverse rainbow of artists utilize color to tell their individual stories?”
Infinite Color, a group exhibition curated by Mark Warren Jacques, opens at Gallery Hijinks on March 3rd and runs through March 31st, 2012. This event is open to the public. For more information on the exhibition or any of the artists in it please visit galleryhijinks.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.