Through painting, sculpture and photography, this exhibition is an exploration of time and space, a suspension of reality, and a journey into a personal mental space. Featuring the work of Matt Duquette, Bill Finger, Carrianne Hendrickson, and Lin Price.
Suspending Reality: An Exhibition Exploring the Areas Between Sleeping and Waking
Clifton Springs, NY – Main Street Arts' first exhibition of the new year is a walk into a place that is both strange and familiar. Dream State is an invitational exhibition of paintings, sculptures and photographs. It is an exploration of time and space, a suspension of reality, and a journey into a personal mental space. The four artists included are Matt Duquette of Buffalo, NY; Bill Finger of Seattle, WA; Carrianne Hendrickson of Rochester, NY; and Lin Price of Ithaca, NY.
The exhibition will open on Saturday, January 13, 2018 with an opening reception from 4 to 7 p.m. and will continue through February 16.
"The notion of the dream state is a never ending source of inspiration. It can be both the object and the subject. In dreams, we have the power to do, say and be whatever we want. The paintings, sculptures, and photographs shown in this exhibition relate to this idea in unique ways. We have images plucked straight from dreams, figures who seem to be actually experiencing dreams, and an overall suspension of reality."
— Bradley Butler, gallery director and curator
Dream State runs January 13–February 16, 2018; gallery hours are Tuesday–Saturday, 11a.m.–6p.m. For additional information about this exhibition, please contact Bradley Butler, gallery director at (315)462-0210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mainstreetartsgallery.com.