Last Saturday, Prints & Plants visited Center for Contemporary Arts's Tank Garage gallery for a fabric printmaking workshop inspired by Ciel Bergman's series of large-scale fabric works, "The Linens." If you have not seen this exhibition yet, GO! The show, thoughtfully curated by independent curator, Angie Rizzo, gives visitors an inside look at Bergman's creative journey over the course of seven years (1970-1977). Bergman left her profession as a psychiatric nurse to devote her life to art, an act that later led to these works. Moments of intention are written all over the canvases: vast vacant spaces invite contemplation, geometric shapes act as keys on "Spiritual Guide Maps" (the original
THE ART OF FOOD
A blog serving up art, tools, and recipes to see your food with a renewed sense of reverence and connection.