Darren Waterston from The Flowering (The Fourfold Sense)
Pigment print with letterpress and hand-coloring
18 x 13 inches
For those of you who have been hungering for a museum-level show of paintings...
a painter's painter so to speak, well look no farther than the sensuous and
haunting work of Darren
Waterston at Lewis and Clark's Hoffman Gallery
. Sure, the lecture and reception
conflict with First Thursday but it's impossible to see the art properly through
those crowds anyways. If you are all about painting this is your ticket and an
opportunity to rub elbows with this very adept painter.
Details on this two part exhibition:
Constellations: Paintings by Darren Waterston
The Flowering (The Fourfold Sense) Darren Waterston and Tyrus Miller
A suite of prints and broadsides inspired by the life of St. Francis of Assisi...
they remind me of William Blake and are awfully good, prints usually bore me.
September 6 October 21, 2007
5 to 7 p.m. September 6
Artists' Talk immediately following the opening reception:
Sacred Traces: Sensuality and Spirituality in the Art of Darren Waterston.
A dialogue with Darren Waterston & Tyrus Miller, moderated by Ben David,
Assistant Professor of Art History, Art Department, Lewis & Clark College
7 p.m. September 6
Miller 105 (immediately adjacent to the Hoffman Gallery
*Note: It's time to put the Hoffman back on your monthly "must see"
gallery rounds. Yes, for quite some time L&C's Hoffman Gallery's contemporary
exhibitions have been shanghai-ed by the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial but now
that's over and curator Linda Tesner has arranged some major museum level shows
including Waterston and in November a William
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