November 15 - December 23, 2012
Opening reception is Sunday, November 18 from 3 – 6PM
Kehler Liddell Gallery begins the holiday season with a group show inspired by one word, WHITE. White is the color of possibilities from the mundane, like the stripe on the edge of the road, to the grand, like the white that gives relevance to black in a photograph. As a subject of KLG artists, white hides, morphs, acts as a shape changer and refuses any type of predictability.
This exhibition has cohesiveness and at the same time refuses to let the viewer settle in or take anything for granted. There is always a surprise and there is depth and breadth in the work on display. Each painter, sculptor, print maker and photographer began somewhere with white and in the end created something with a more memorable and melodious voice than one would ever expect of white.
With a nod to the holidays, those who purchase work are invited to take the work at the time of purchase. The gallery will wrap each purchase. New work will replace sold work, a reason to visit often over the six weeks of the exhibition.