Small Herd by Brenda Mallory
Tomorrow is the one day open-air art show inClover
curated by Portland artist Scott Wayne Indiana
. Indiana selected inClover
’s roster of artists for the thoughtful spatial engagement of their work; featured media include installation, illustration, painting and photography. Artists involved were encouraged to investigate and engage the exhibit’s outdoor environs within the brevity of the show’s run – one day only – while responding to the theme of the show’s summery title, inClover
, which means “Living a carefree life of ease, comfort or prosperity.”
The roster of artists is impressive, including notables such as Jacqueline Ehlis
, Brenda Mallory
, and TJ Norris
who is working on a collaborative piece with Abi Spring
inClover runs one day only, from 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 5, 2006.
There is no admission charge. The exhibit coincides with – but is not directly affiliated with – the annual Arleta Neighborhood Block Party. Food, drink, and restroom facilities will be available on-site.
For more information, visit www.39forks.com/inClover.htm
Saturday August 5
inClover • Mount Scott Park
SE 72nd Avenue (between SE Foster and Woodstock)
This was areally fun show with more than a few excellent works... and i think those birds were young falcons, not red tailed hawks after looking at the pictures.
A report with pictures is coming, including a pic of one of the birds.
Anyone know an ornithologist or serious bird watcher? Ill send pics for ID before I post. Man I can tell a Jan Steen from a Franz Hals but this takes a bird expert.
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