What the folk is a nomadic gallery? Good question.
Our collective doesn't have a brick and mortar location (yet!). So, we like to encourage our artists to travel with us to different showing locations. Sometimes we host an exhibition at a gallery, sometimes we host in an empty storefront. Sometimes we invade the walls of local businesses like the group showing below!
Ryan Walters | On View: August 31st and beyond | 437 North Street, Pittsfield MA
American made matchbooks presented in a recycled frame. Other materials include paper, acrylic paint, spray paint, dirt, and hot glue. Words printed on a beautiful letterpress located in North Adams, MA.
Acrylic paint and spray paint on canvas. Thick, wet spray paint can be lit on fire, and if let burn, without burning the canvas can become translucent, revealing previous layers of paint.
Dried acrylics smeared through white house paint with a Grocery store savings club card. Words recycled from North Adams, MA based poetry .
A mixture of dried forgotten acrylics sitting in a puddle of Smelly black paint. Plywood and smelly paint both lovingly donated by the AMDA LA Production Staff.
Poetry and acrylic paints presented on hand-crinkled paper.
Qualifying words written on hand-crinkled paper.
Two panels consisting of cardboard, hot glue, joint compound, house paint, spray paint, rubber mesh, and Permapaque marker.
Acrylic paint, spray paint, and dirt on canvas. The spray paint was lit on fire while still thick and wet, then eventually scored with a pair of rusty hedge pruners.