450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA



Aug 5 - 30, 2015

Opening Reception
Friday, Aug 7
6-830 pm


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William Brayton: "Gilavar"

Brayton's recent sculpture uses curves intersecting in space to imply motion. The relationships that arise between simple visual devices like arcs, circles, discs and spheres coalesce into unpredictable patterns, meanings and emotive connotations.

Wall sculpture and works in the round combine spheres cast from “Braytoncrete,” a lightweight cementitious material, with linear elements in steam-bent white oak and welded bronze rod.  Translucent acrylic discs further activate the work through reflected light.

His studio practice invites chance to become a primary determinant of the final form. Areas of related research include wind, Polynesian stick charts, and nautical literature.





David Shapleigh: "New Work:
Lines in White Spaces"

This exhibition will be a continuation of Shapleigh's exploration of the process of creating pieces of artwork in which the source, medium, and concepts are not readily indentifiable.  

The artwork investigates the basic design principals of line and white space.













































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