Texas Biennial: Tom Orr

Opening Reception

Thursday, Mar 31, 2011
6:00 - 8:00 pm

Dates

Mar 31, 2011 - Apr 16, 2011

Gallery

Gallery 4

As part of the Texas Biennial 2011, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center and Big Medium present Texas Biennial: Tom Orr, featuring a sculptural installation entitled "Onagadori" by Tom Orr, curated by Virginia Rutledge.

Artist Statement:
This work exists in the space between painting and sculpture. By intuitively placing, leaning and layering shape, color, shadow and light, I am looking for the moment when thought leaves the image and concentrates on idea.

The Texas Biennial is a project of Big Medium, an Austin-based non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to promoting contemporary visual art in Texas, taking place in Austin, Houston, and San Antonio.

 

Images

Tom Orr, Onagadori, 54x72x50 in, wood, laminate, Plexiglass Tom Orr, Onagadori, 54x72x50 in, wood, laminate, Plexiglass Tom Orr, Onagadori, 54x72x50 in, wood, laminate, Plexiglass
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