More Virtual Exhibitions
The Gregg Museum, in a continued partnership with DASA Communications, has created three new virtual exhibitions in conjunction with its current offerings:
- Animate Earth: Adventures in Mimetolithia by Andy Nasisse (catalogue)
- A Thousand Throws, an installation by master potter and artist Daniel Johnston
- Objects of Intention by sculptor/photographer Stephen Althouse (catalogue)
The latest additions to the growing library of virtual exhibitions encompass current exhibitions on view. Objects of Intention by Stephen Althouse offers large scale, heroic images of simple tools and implements, in a dramatic setting in the Black-Sanderson gallery.
Animate Earth: Adventures in Mimetolithia by Andy Nasisse is comprised of ceramic sculptures and photographs that intrigue the eye, and tease the imagination with work that plays with the instinct to “see things in other things” – faces, animals, familiar shapes and so on. This VR Exhibition also offers closeup views of the photographs.
Finally, a virtual walk through A Thousand Throws by Daniel Johnston provides some in-depth commentary by the artist in the form of videos sprinkled throughout, and realistic experience of the installation itself, thanks to the skilled photography of John Starbuck of DASA Communications, our partner in these projects.
We hope you’ll take advantage of these virtual exhibitions in order to whet your appetites for an in-person visit. With the latest announcements by the governor, we are hopeful more people will make the Gregg Museum part of their renewed ventures out into the world
Each virtual exhibition features details about the artist and work, and some include links to videos and other experiences, as well as enlargements of the art itself. Additionally, catalogues are available for these and other exhibitions.