Endless Horizon

 

The Endless Horizon group show will run from August 15th - September 3rd. 

View the online Artsy exhibit here: 

https://www.artsy.net/show/bg-gallery-endless-horizon

Opening Receptions: 

Endless Horizon August 15, 2020, 5:00 - 6:30pm 

Group tours booking from 3:00pm and on Instagram Live from 5:00pm


Painted Forest August 22, 2020, 5:00 - 6:30pm 

Group tours booking from 3:00pm and on Instagram Live from 5:00pm

Click here to book an appointment for the opening reception for either show: 

https://10to8.com/book/kpatkomqdtdlytmjog/


Closing Reception: September 3, 2020,  6:00 - 8:00PM


Featured Artists: Eva Asquith, Bajan, Michael Baroff, Christopher Bekins, Maria Bouquet, Katia Bulbenko, Chrilz, Karen Clark, Michael Collins, Pamela Mower Conner, David Dumo, Michael Farchi, January Garabedian, Shizuko Greenblatt, S. P. Harper, Jeff Hilbers, Izumi, William Jones, James Kane, Chalda Maloff, Barbara Martin, Meredith McNeal, Juan Mendez, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Catherine Nash,Yumiko Nakatsubo, H. Nguyen, Lucas Novak, Pascaline, Lucas Perez, Deborah Rich, Catherine Roberts Leach, Steve Roberts, Robert Ryan, Anne Schwartz, Preston M. Smith, Glenn Waggner, Kathryn R. D. Wakeman, Katherine Webber, Wilson, Maria Zaslove.


Part curatorial exercise, part installation, Endless Horizon brings together artists’ works from a wide variety of genres and mediums, and from across the United States, and groups them into a continuous installation. Endless Horizon will show pieces from both abstract and landscape artists’ bodies that are united by a strong horizon line, hung to create the illusion of an endless horizon around the gallery.


On August 22nd, bG Gallery will bring Endless Horizon to life with the addition of Painted Forest. Art is a living entity; artists plant its seeds, and viewers cultivate its growth. With that in mind, Painted Forest is an exhibition of freestanding artworks that form a veritable forest of art within the gallery’s walls. The work is both figuratively and literally, “off the wall”, as it appears to sprout from the gallery’s floor. Artworks vary in size and shape, creating a sense of organic growth, and viewers move freely through the labyrinth the work constitutes, becoming, themselves, an intrinsic element of the aesthetic “forest”.

If you can't make it to the exhibit in-person, you can take a 3D tour and view all of the artworks!