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Up in the Air
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Up in the Air

 Up in the Air

Featuring the sculpture of Albert Dicruttalo and the paintings of Katie Hawkinson

October 23 through November 27, 2015.

Banner images: Albert Dicruttalo, Satellite of  Love, Cast Bronze;
Katie Hawkinson, Honest Idiocy of Flight, Oil on Paper

Up in the Air at LIberty Arts
Albert Dicruttalo’s sculpture draws on forms found in nature and industry. Working primarily in steel and bronze, Albert’s sculpture is created with great attention to detail and transition between forms. A reverence of organic forms in combination with geometry informs the work, creating shapes that are both recognizable and mysterious. They are intellectual puzzles that convey surprising emotional weight.

Up in the Air at Liberty Arts

Albert Dicruttalo, Swing Shift; Katie Hawkinson, Kingfisher Fog, Chickadee Eddy

The paintings of Katie Hawkinson draw on light and space to create canvases that convey a mastery of her medium. Katie’s process is evident in her painting: rich brushwork revealing layers of thoughts and complex spatial relationships. In dialogue with the paint and canvas, Katie responds both intuitively and sagaciously to develop a compelling visual language that invites the viewer to join her on a journey. Her resulting paintings feel alive and proudly autonomous.

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Albert Dicruttalo’s Nugget, Nester & Little Buddy in the window. Svengali, Nickel Plated Steel, on the wall.

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Katie Hawkinson, Other Side of Up, oil on paper.

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Albert Dicruttalo, Deus ex Machina, Steel.

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Katie Hawkinson, Initial Creation 1 – 5, oil on paper.

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Albert Dicruttalo, Lithos 2

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Katie Hawkinson, Chickadee Eddy, oil on paper.

Funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, as well as the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

California Arts Council & National Endowment for the Arts

To see the entire exhibition please visit Liberty Arts, 108 W. Miner Street in historic downtown Yreka, CA.
Gallery hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Albert Dicruttalo is represented by Andrea Schwartz Gallery.

 

 

2 Responses

  1. Cynthia L. Henderson says:

    Wow … so sorry I missed this show; wished I lived closer to LA.