Printmaker Jim Williams sets himself
strict limitations of size and color range but proceeds to produce a
diverse, intellectually stimulating group of mono-prints for his current
Clay Street Press exhibition. His artist’s statement describes the new
work in Hybrid Structures as his “search for a visual equivalent
to the daily dynamic interplay that occurs between the man-made and the
The cardboard 3-D glasses supplied for
Brian Stuparyk’s work will make the comparison clearer. Put them on and feel
like a kid, knowing that this art show is fun and different. A visit
feels like an afternoon at the movies. Though
there are just three small rooms to see, remember that the artists’
themes are perception and time. It’s possible to get lost awhile.
The house in your head — the one nobody can foreclose on — is probably an element of the internal life of each of us. But what happens when six artists zero in on explicitly externalizing their visions of such a place? The results are 'The House in My Head,' which fills downtown's Weston Art Gallery through Aug. 29.