Twenty Questions and Other Works on Paper by Ron Meick, October 7-28
“Twenty Questions” refers to the title of a series of prints in the show and is a playful reference to the game in which questions are asked about an object to discover its identity. Meick’s work explores the artists’ role in questioning the philosophical issues that define the meaning of an art object.
The exhibition will be on view from Oct. 7-28, with an opening reception on Friday, Oct. 7, from 5-7 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public. Meick will attend to discuss various printmaking techniques and sounds utilized in this recent body of work.
Meick received a 2016 Individual Artist Fellowship in Works on Paper and will have additional pieces at the Award Winners XVI exhibition on view now through October 23 at the Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover.
Image:"What is the meaning of life", 2016, mezzotint, crumpled paper, sound card, 13 ½” x 11 ½”
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The Mezzanine Gallery presents solo exhibitions of work by Delaware artists in disciplines including painting, photography, sculpture, crafts, folk, and media arts.
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