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Arrhythmic Visions

 

March 16th thru June 9th 2012

 

Public Opening 6:30PM - 8:00PM March 16th, 2012

 

A two person exhibition of sculptures and drawings by artists Jamie Hamilton and Alison Keogh

In the Munoz Waxman Gallery:

  Jamie Hamilton 

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photo courtesy of Nick Merrick and © Hedrich Blessin

Jamie Hamilton's work evokes the many mechanical devices and designs by Leonardo Da Vinci. Creating both intricate sketches and large-scale steel and polycarbonate sculptures, Hamilton showcases the beauty and complexity of machinery and its connection to natural forms. "The architecture of my creations is born from the rhythms and dances of music and the physics of motion and structure. The sculptures are made from elemental forms. Cylinder, sphere, line, and plane in combination become progression of scale, spacings and repetitions. Art brings me to a meditation on issues of life, death, joy, despair, dialogue, and connection. It feeds the flames of my intellectual humanity, compassion, and hope in times of barbaric greed and social injustice." - Hamilton 

 

In the Munoz Waxman Foyer:

   Alison Keogh 

 

Alison    photo courtesy of Robert J. Mang Photography 
www.rjmang.com

 

 

Alison Keogh (www.alisonkeogh.com) uses natural materials to create unique pieces of sculpture. "This survey of work is a contemporary distillation of the New Mexico landscape into its essential elements, which aims to facilitate a reconnection to the land, thereby providing a new perspective, heightening an awareness of our connection to the earth. My work is a dialogue with the natural world, passing through my body, expressed through breath, mindful awareness, and repetitive gestures. I have always been an avid observer of the natural world, working from a place of focused attention and a visceral connection with clay." - Keogh