Fredericks & Mae
Silkscreened kite paper, stretched on a bamboo frame.
A kite is a teathered aircraft. Kites have a history of practical application in human flight, military applications, science, radio, and light beacons while also having important cultural significance in parts of Asia, Europe, Polynesia and South America.
20” x 26” x 1/8”
From That Day to This: a packed multi-artist show curated by Rosemary Liss that tells a story about telling stories. May 19th at Gallery at 32nd and Chestnut, 3138 Chestnut Ave. Baltimore, MD 21211.<br /> <br /> These 14 artists have created a body of work that draws on the intimacy of storytelling to show us our own modern world with a kind of new familiarity. From That Day to This features pieces from painters, sculptors, and printmakers working locally and internationally to retell our favorite stories from creation myth to urban legend. Gallery opening, 7-10 pm, features live acoustic music and local food.<br /> <br /> Featuring work by:<br /> Morgan Frailey<br /> Hannah Gilson<br /> Kirsty Hambrick<br /> Annelies Kamen<br /> Emiko Kurokawa<br /> Jesse Klompus<br /> Rosemary Liss<br /> Emma Louthan<br /> Jack Neill<br /> Morissa Rothman-Pierce<br /> Zachary Schoettler<br /> Caitlin Selzer<br /> Catesby Taliaferro<br /> Kyle Tata<br /> <br /> Music performances:<br /> <br /> Soft Cat<br /> Sianna Plavin<br /> The Sterling Brothers<br /> The Remington House Ramblers
The Sterling bros dropped so I’ll be playing in their place as MasonWerr!!!