There is Something Out There
Online Exhibitions and Virtual Galleries
HERE WE ARE NOW:
The Ecology of Seymour Rosen and SPACES
Click on the PDF for the Exhibition catalog
The mid-to-late-20th century curator/photographer/preservationist Seymour Rosen is by today’s standards a forgotten figure in the history of Outsider and Folk Art. “Here We Are Now” is an exhibition that rekindles his exceptional production as an artist and also reflects his work through the ecology of subjects, objects, and influences which populated his pioneering curatorial efforts. The show is curated by Brian Chidester and Annalise Flynn, and is produced by Gigi Spratley and Jack Waltrip, artists and friends of Rosen during the last two decades of his life.
Follow this link for the Virtual Gallery Exhibition:
All Claws Crossed: An Exploration of the Creative Process
Presented by St. Stephen's School Cultural Center
Follow this link for the live/recorded Virtual Gallery Opening, Gigi Spratley and Jack Waltrip with Milo Martin:
Follow this link for the Virtual Gallery tour:
Gigi Spratley and Jack Waltrip have been collaborating on art, music, animation and writing for two decades. This unique exhibition provides a glimpse into their creative process as well as a relative retrospective of Gigi’s art oeuvre. The two work together on many levels. Their work addresses the cycles of life, the rotation of the earth, the passage of time, and the inevitability of change. They attempt to accentuate the beauty of organic forms. Their 3-D work is conceived as a space between dreams and meditation where veiled potential can be revealed, just as the 3-D glasses reveal an alternative experience for the viewer. Their projects have evolved into street art, writing and animation projects.