Art-Talk Saturday April 17th at 7pm
Please join us for our first live Art-Talk this year with William Catling discussing his exhibit NAVIGATING THE DEEP PELAGIC.
For those who cannot attend the talk, you will also be able to participate via zoom.
Please log on a few minutes before the talk starts.
We look forward to seeing everyone on our next talk.
The live talk will be held at
The Progress Gallery
300 South Thomas Street
Pomona, CA 91766
This body of work explores how the horizontal and vertical interact; as they relate to birth and death, the spiritual and the physical, water and vapor, matter and spirit. The boat forms hover in the horizontal liminal space between the fluidity of liquid and the intangibility of air; functioning as a kind of container for the human spirit.
The works exist as a way of seeing in association with the power of memory, suffering and hope. The boat forms and the nests are symbolic of an internal journey, of silent prayer, of transitional spaces; quietly impacting the area around them or the viewer who comes close.