Monday, February 13, 2012

Pix from the Bing Opening

On Saturday night, February 11th, the Bing Arts Center hosted an opening reception for my show, GEOMETRIC BRICOLAGE: Found Materials Transformed. Here are some pictures from the event that are just casual shots of people taken by my wonderful wife and art assistant, Bonnie Caldwell. We have yet to take installation shots of the work, but those are coming - soon, I hope. (click on the images to enlarge)


I present it all to you (in front of "Thinking L.D.")

Talking to Brian Hale, Executive Director of the Bing Arts Center


Joanne Mattera taking a look at "Blues for Etta" in the lobby


Capturing details


In the West Gallery with "As Sweet As Honey," "Dark Companion," "Black Sun"
and "Once Upon a Time" - plus Joanne of course.


What visitors are NEVER supposed to do - LoLo touching "As Sweet As Honey"


Viewing three pieces from the Iconic Books series


LoLo's sister, Nancy, in the same gallery with "The Blue Flower"


Binnie with Brian Hale's wife, Deanna, and one of Bonnie's lovely fruit trays


Big decisions at another food table


In the East Gallery with "Bandito" and two of the deconstructed book pieces


Joanne with her new giant brush and me with my flowers from the generous gifter - Binster


Joanne demonstrating how she would use the brush - complete with sound effects


Binnie embraces the world while a deep conversation occurs


Guests in the lobby with a view into the East Gallery


Lynette Haggard photographing "The Black One" and "Material World" in the lobby


Greg Wright looking tres chic beside "The Black One"


Explaining it all.

10 comments:

Lynette Haggard said...

Terrific show, and perfectly displayed. Hope to see this travel :D

Nancy Natale said...

Right! Next stop MoMA!

Unknown said...

It all looks wonderful. Wish I were there to see the details!

Tamar said...

Congratulations Nancy! the exhibit looks wonderful--love the palette in Blues for Etta. Bravo!

charyl said...

Congratulations! Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Terry Jarrard-Dimond said...

Congratulations Nancy! I see the joy on your face and it is well deserved. I would love to see this work in person.

Alicia Hunsicker said...

Nancy, Congratulations on the Great Show!! Sorry to miss your opening....xo~Alicia

harold hollingsworth said...

great work, glad to have discovered your art!

Kesha Bruce: said...

Gorgeous art + fruit trays = perfection!

And everyone looked like they were having a fantastic time!

Congrats and Thanks for sharing.

Wendy Wolfe Rodrigue said...

What a beautiful show! I so wish I could see this in person, Nancy. Congratulations on a successful opening and especially on your magnificent work-