Friday, April 24, 2009

'This Moment' extended

This Moment (northwest corner and floor)
This Moment (upper north wall)

This Moment (entrance)

Above: some images of the final result of This Moment

I'm still wading through a lot of thoughts I have about the project, which is why I haven't posted much about it thus far. Originally, I was going to post entries about my experiences while the piece was in progress, but there was too much to work through mentally. Now that I've completed it, I've begun filtering through some the stuff in my head and putting it into a somewhat coherent form. Stay tuned for more on this.

Tomorrow (April 25th) marks the end of my solo show at Bridgette Mayer, but This Moment, the site-specific piece I worked on during the month, and finished a couple of days ago, will be on view through the month of May. So, gallery visitors who didn't have a chance to see it in progress have another month to view the finished state, alongside the newest works of fellow gallery artist, Elyce Abrams.

I'd also like to acknowledge some fellow bloggers who mentioned the show over the past month, including, Steven Alexander, Jen Bradford, Roberta Fallon at The Artblog, Shauna Lee Lange, Matthew Langley, Rob Matthews, and Vincent Romaniello. I don't think I missed anyone, but if I did, thank you, too!


Pamela Farrell said...

Tim, I'm glad I got to see the start of this project. Can't wait to see the finished version. I must say that what I can see via your blog looks exciting. Congrats!

Anonymous said...

looks/feels like the inside of a coccoon. safe harbor.

Pamela Farrell said...

Hey Tim...I had the chance to stop in to see This Moment in its completed state. I was moved by the experience of being surrounded by the painting, which I found to be both soothing and energizing. Nice!

Douglas Witmer said...

Hi Tim--
sorry I missed the big show, but I stopped by today and got myself quite tangled up in the vault!
Rock on,

Tim McFarlane said...

Pam: Thanks for checking out the piece again!

Wendy: Thanks!

Douglas: No worries! Thanks for stopping by. Glad you like the vault piece.