Symmetry is one of an art curator’s greatest tools. Often underutilized, uniformity in shape and size can tie together varying artistic styles into a cohesive exhibition. On September 18th, Sally Centigrade presented ‘Carbon’, the gallery’s first group show featuring 45 artists working with tremendous varying styles and mediums to create their own creative on a 5.5″ x 7″ wood panel diamonds.
Disclosure: the author of this article is Scott Bailey, one of the owners of the Sally Centigrade Gallery
Sally Centigrade presents our first ever group show! Ohhhh, but not just any group show, it’s a wild one: 45 pieces of wood were cut into 5.5” x 7” diamond shapes, and shipped to artists all over the globe to be painted, adorned or even carved before being returned. The show is named Carbon in reference to the molecular formula of diamonds, and was inspired by the idea of the uniqueness of diamonds despite being compromised of only a single element.
Aaron Jasinski, Amandalynn, Anthony Garcia, Aunia Kahn, Cayce Goldberg, CT Nelson, David Bywater (PLAANT), Dolla B, Elena Gunderson, Emi Slade, Erika Steiskal, Falcao Lucas, Frank Forte, Gabi De La Merced, Hannah Stouffer, Haunted Euth / T-fail, Ian Cochrane, Jaime Molina, Jarred De Palo, Jasmine Becket-Griffith, Jason Limon, John Fellows, Josh Roman, Tom Bond, Kaitlin Ziesmer, Karl James Mountford, Ken Keirns, Lauren Rinaldi, Lydia Guadagnoli, Marie Vlasic, Marija Tiurina, Mike Graves, Morley, Myah Bailey, Naomi Haverland, Olivia Rose, Paul Schofield, Peter Goode, Ray Munoz, Sandoner, Scot Nobles, Shannon Bonatakis, Sugar Fueled (Michael Banks), Tanya Shatseva,
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