A Two Person Show
Sean Flournoy and Carole Smith
Saturday July 26th 2008
Carole F Smith’s new work consists of a series of hand cast mugs and bowls. Pop art nods to our parent’s tableware, applying a modern touch to familiar forms.
Cast and decorated editions by Smith each with an individual look. Beautiful and charming pieces of ceramics, that embrace and disturb.
This Scottish born artist lives and works in Houston, Texas.
Sean Flournoy’s new group of screen print editions include rock stars, sex vixens, imaginary bands and various icons. They are an homage to the classic 20th Century Playbill.
Flournoy’s graphic compositions are parodies and critiques of both capitalism and idealism. Vibrant and hard- edged photographic images characterize the work by this Texas born artist.
A project space in bridgeport, a neighborhood of Chicago.
A two person show, huband and wife,
Tricia Moreau Sweeney
Friday July 4, 2008
When we travel for travel’s sake, we are usually headed for something we can call an unknown known. We are headed to something we know to have value but we do not know it in the personal sense. What are best to encounter are unknown unknowns. Things we aren’t expecting.
Here is our contribution to the collective album of vacation memories; a video and sound installation using digital imagery and audio gathered on a seven thousand mile journey from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest.
( there will be BBQ!)