Opening reception Saturday, January 6th 7-10pm
Ships is an exhibition of new work by Roberta Gentry made up of segmented and stacked groups of shapes in paintings and turned wood. The paintings are bilaterally symmetrical impossible structures that float above beds of pattern. The sculptures are created on a wood lathe, and include a 12 ft. carved pole, as well as strings of painted beads.
Roberta Gentry received her MFA from SUNY Albany and her BFA from the University of Arizona. She has had solo shows at the Joyce Goldstein Gallery in Chatham, NY, and at Stanica Cultural Center in Zilina, Slovakia following a residency funded by the US Embassy. Group shows include Durden and Ray, Brand Library and Art Center, and Left Field Gallery. She lives and works in Los Angeles.
On view Saturdays, 12pm to 4pm through January 27th and by appointment. To schedule a visit, email elephant: firstname.lastname@example.org