Fri, Jul 01|
Art at the Cave Gallery
Old Talks with New Icons by Philip A. Robinson Jr. FIRST FRIDAY EVENT
Artist Talk - July 16 at 1 PM. Free Event
Time & Location
Jul 01, 2022, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Art at the Cave Gallery, 108 E Evergreen Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98660, USA
About the Event
"Who controls culture and what is the effect on society and individual? Multimedia sculptor and conceptual artist Philip A. Robinson Jr. raises these questions and more in his exhibit titled, “Old Talks with New Icons” on display July 1-30 at Art at the Cave.
Robinson’s exploration of identity involves careful selection of wood, noting it’s history, symbolism and age. Through much planning, crafting, building and composing, Robinson creates larger than life wood sculptures, often mounted to mirrors which engage the viewer in a reflective dialog that references power paradigms, identity, value, culture, ethnicity and marketing.
From his artist statement: “Through thoughtful selection of materials and the science of dendrochronology... his work accentuates aesthetic and historic patterns between self and the world, with socio-political undertones.”
The exhibit runs from July 1 through 30 and includes an artist reception on First Friday, July 1 from 4-8 and an artist talk on Saturday, July 16 at 1pm. The gallery is always free to visit and there is no charge for gallery-hosted events.
Exhibit Runs: July 1 through 30
Artist Reception: Friday, July 1 from 4-8
Artist Talk: Saturday, July 16 at 1pm"