Jan 10, 2013 to Mar 3, 2013
Rope is a flexible heavy cord of tightly woven fiber. It is at once a thing in and of itself as well as a line in space. Rope lends itself to multiple metaphorical interpretations and artist Monica Reede uses its image to explore these different interpretations. In doing so, Reede employs a technique using a dry point tool to etch the image of rope on a sheet of acrylic. A graphite drawing is placed under the acrylic to create layers and depth. The overall effect calls to mind other patterns in nature such as the undulations of light on water, the body in motion, landscapes, and rivers.
Bloomington Center for the Arts, Atrium Gallery
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