On Monday, June 15 Esvelt Gallery located in 2600 N. 20th Avenue Pasco, Washington presents Art of the Everyday, a collection of prints, ceramic sculpture, and other artistic documentation of the everyday by Columbia Basin College Alumnus, Randal Jones.
Details of the Event
Art of the Everyday will open on June 15 and close on August 20, 2015, with a closing reception for the artist on August 20th at 6:30 in the evening. All events at Esvelt Gallery are free and open to the public.
The artwork presented in this exhibition uses a variety of media to uncover aspects of the everyday. By employing a material that can document a process, action, or event, the distance between a specific everyday experience and the artistic representation of that experience lessens and the boundaries between art and life become difficult to define. To accurately document these everyday events, each piece was executed with scientific methods in mind, often designed to remove the hand of the artist from the work and allow chance to play an important role in its creation and aesthetic appearance.
Randal Jones received his Associate Degree from Columbia Basin College in 2005, his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Western Washington University in 2007, and his Master of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University in 2010.
Monday-Thursday, 8 AM-8:30 PM Friday, 8 AM-12 PM Saturday- Sunday, CLOSED
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