Saturday, March 14, 2015

March 14 Science Oil Science

Two artists who are in the inaugural show The Sum of Its Parts - Part 1, Brian Borello and Laura Fritz, speak about their work this afternoon. Borello is known for public art in New Orleans and Portland, and for his Guns in the Hands of Artists project. This show has minimal paintings of used motor oil on a white field. Topical as America discusses oil. Fritz is known for table top sculptures which remind science experiments. At Jeffrey Thomas Fine Art 2219 NW Raleigh Map 6PM-9 Free
Doors 3PM, talk 4 Free

Carl & Sloan Contemporary opens with Testable Predictions, paintings and sculpture by Amy Bernstein, Perry Doane and Michelle Liccardo. The title is based on the scentific method. Their website provides a more eloquent exposition of the show than I can. This new gallery is founded by artist-curators, Calvin Ross Carl and Ashley Sloan. At Carl & Sloan Contemporary
in the Disjecta building. 8371 N Interstate Ave #1 Map 6PM-10 Free