Outside of photography or drawing, we dont normally think of artwork in monochromatic terms, especially in shades of gray. However, the artists at the Plowhaus cooperative have taken on an interesting challenge by limiting themselves to the extremes of the spectrum in order to explore the confines and inspirations that may come when, hopefully, these opposites attract. The Black and White exhibit will include work by Barry Noland, Jon Downs, Tiffany Denton, Franne Lee, Catherine Chaput, Laurie Soileau, Toni Swarthout, Judith Jackson, Mel Davenport, John Holland, Betty Turner, Peggy Bonnington, Carrie Mills, Jeana Clark, Heather Lose, Tom Winnett, Marsha Rusk, Bethany Taylor, Stephen McClure, Lisa Preston, Rich Ruddin, Kay Ramming and James Worsham. This show feels like part of an ongoing honeymoon for Plowhaus new home.
Saturdays, Sundays. Starts: Sept. 5. Continues through Sept. 26, 2009