Visual Arts Program
 

Friday, February 6, 1981 — Tuesday, March 3, 1981

Co-sponsored/co-presented by:
The National Endowment for The Arts, The New York State Council on The Arts and Artists Space

COLOR, LIGHT, AND MASS: TEN SCULPTORS

Presented at:
Hallwalls

Hallwalls' first all sculpture show. Exhibition of works by artists featuring: Nancy Arlen (cast polyester); Gary Burnley (INSTALLATION VIEW, 1979, Della Robia glaze on hydrostone); Tom Butter (S.T., 1980, fiberglass and polyester resin); R.M. Fischer (showing ROCKER LAMPS, BULL'S EYE LAMP, L.A. LAMP, and SALON LAMP); Skip Koebbeman (from Louisville, NY, showing ENERGIES AND SYNERGIES, 1979-1980, painted wood); Tom Rankin (polyvinyl chloride pipe); F.L. Schroder (enamel on welded aluminum); Gib Smith (LEISURE SATELLITE II, 1908, aluminum); Taro Suzuki (WILD WEASALS, 1980, mirrors, Plexiglas, and light); and John Toth (from Buffalo, NY showing GATESCAPE NO. 1, painted wood), and (S-S 1, 1980, painted wood). Curated by G. Roger Denson.
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Some publications related to this event:
COLOR. LIGHT AND MASS: TEN SCULPTORS - 1981
February, 1981. - 1981