AIRPLANES AND DIRT NAPS, 20 yrs after 9/11 and surviving Covid.
FIVE POINTS GALLERY
17 Water St. Torrington, CT
Gallery Hrs 12-5 Th-Sun
Gathering/Exhibit Reception 9/11, 4-7 pm.
A confluence of artists connected to Bridgeport make a brief stop in Torrington. Works share commonalities
regarding aesthetic and imagery, tempering stark reality with nostalgia, absurdity and humor.
Exhibitng artists: Carlos Bautista Biernnay, Dan Makara, Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, Mark Rich, Scott Schuldt
This is an exhibit of healing and memorial as we struggle to process feelings and acknowledge the fallout of recent tragedies, hardships, challenges, alternative facts, and protests, that test beliefs, relationships, and loyalties, exposing who we are, and what we need to mend and cherish.
During this extraordinary time of polarization and hyperbolic hubris, Mother Nature unites us through the Pandemic and global warming, reminding us who/what’s in charge, and that our “Dirt Nap” is guaranteed.
A portion of sales will be contributed to the Bridgeport Art Trail. www.bridgeport-art-trail.org
The Return 64″ x 64″
Listen to Mark Rich discuss his work
Airplanes and Dirt Naps 48″ x 60″
He has the faith 48″ x 60″
Dirt Naps 16″ x 20″
Please catch them, “Y” 12″ x 12″
CARLOS BAUTISTA BIERNNAY
Scream and Shout
We Will Make It
IYABA IBO MANDINGO
“Mek Sure you Wear De Right Mask” detail
The Re-Education of Smedley Butler
See artists’ statements and prices.