SHARRON ANTHOLT: NOTHING TO LOOK AT
"Three years ago, in an effort to simplify and clarify ideas in my work I began a series of drawings using a magnifying glass and sunlight to burn holes in the work. Making the drawings is a meditative process describing a repetitive, silent action. I am marking time and place simultaneously. The marks made by sunlight are holes and yet they are to be looked at more than looked through.”
Every two years, Western Gallery shows the work of faculty from the departments of Design, and Art & Art History. It’s an exciting chance to see what these artist mentors have been pursuing in their own studios.