Blue, View 2
Sharon Alderman; Robert Arneson; James Baker; Chris Barlow; Wulf Barsch; Edith Carlson; Ron Clayton; Lee Deffebach; E. David Dornan; Pat Eddington; Lewis Francis; Christopher Gittins; Hans Hofmann; Karen Horne; Derek Jarman; Ellsworth Kelly; Frank McEntire; Michael Mogus; Peggy Moore; Robert Motherwell; K.C. Muscolino; Reuben Nakian; Judith Neaman; Doug Ohlson; Don Olsen; Fairfield Porter; Ron Richmond; Edward Ruscha; Henrietta Shore; Trevor Southey; Harry Taylor; Richard Van Wagoner; John Welch; Ling Zhou; Francis Zimbeaux
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Color conveys meaning. Blue is the color of things infinite--of the ocean and the sky. Without shape or line, unattached to any object, the color blue can make us feel space, freedom, distance, openness and continuity--abstractions rooted in thousands of years of equating the limitless with blue. To see color, we need history, science, myth, religion, literature, psychology and a great many other disciplines, for the meaning of color is deeply ingrained in the evolution of our collective experience and traditions. The exhibition explores the symbolic, emotional and purely formal nature of all colors by focusing on one color, alone: blue. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
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