Saturday, May 21, 2016

"In Transit" Group Show at TAG

Katie Crown, Locomotion, 37 x 30"
Coinciding with the grand opening of Santa Monica’s new Expo Line, TAG Gallery presents In Transit, a group show exploring the significance behind the process of “transition”.
Pam Douglas, The Horizon Line, Acrylic on linen, 40x20"
Dating back to its original purpose in 1875, Bergamot Station has always been a place of transit. It started as a stop and car storage area along the Independence Railroad and then for the Pacific Electric trolley system. Even after passenger service ceased, and manufacturers moved in, Bergamot has always encompassed a sense of physical progression. Although still retaining its industrial feel, Bergamot has quite literally transitioned in it’s own right, growing into the dynamic arts complex we know today.
Joan Wynn, Phantom Journey, Welded steel, 28 x 13 x 5.5"
Exploring the many facets of these changes, In Transit embodies the many stops along the way to our final destination. Whether it be a transition between jobs, locations, stages of life, or changes in relationships, as human beings we are always transforming. Transition is where we find the creative potential for that growth. It is the energy we use to travel from one place to another. It is the determination of where we end up, regardless of where we thought we were headed. Transition is a journey that can last a minute or a millennium.
Donn Delson, 532,  Archival metallic acrylic facemount, 20 x 30" Edition of 15.
Anne M Bray, Four Trucks (Grey, Red, Blue, Shadows), Digital watercolor printed on aluminum, each 7 x 5", Edition of 10
Lorraine Bubar, In Route, Papercut, 47x52"
The show runs through June 11, 2016.

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