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Two artists, two visions. Andrew Barnett Davis’ sketches are inspired by his stone carvings and used as a communication device for elucidating a viewpoint, text or architectural plan. Duvian Montoya focuses on culture and its identifying architecture in this series, capturing the unique differences of cultural history.
Opening Reception: Thurs. April 11, 6-8pm
Andrew Barnett Davis: These sketches date from 2014-2018, during a time of work in and around Norwalk, and are inspired by the people, its citizenry and the surroundings. Sketching is useful to us in stone carving as a communication amongst ourselves, a town that may wish for our services and for elucidating, be it a viewpoint, text or architectural plan.
Duvian Montoya: Culture and the identifying factor of architecture has been the focus of my current work: capturing the differences in the way light hits cement, wood, and glass was inspired by my mentor Robert Cottingham and his works portraying Post World War II Americana street scenes. This series aims to capture the unique differences of cultural history through the eye of architecture in our global society.
This event is free of charge.
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