About Sand T's work

"... there's something comforting in the aesthetic consistency of Kalloch's multimedia panels. There's a sleek assembly-line aesthetic that belies the cool appearance with emotive warmth and intelligence, nullifying any thoughts of the work as pure eye candy. I can't help but love the deliberateness of a process that still allows for so many subtle improvisational riches. The work is about looking and slowing down long enough to consider the depth of experience in what at first appears similar... " - Andre Van Der Wende, Contributing writer, Cape Cod Times, Sept 6, 2012 ... read more >>>

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COLOR IS APPROXIMATE :: Please note that the colors of the images posted on this blog may be slightly off compared with the original artwork. I strongly encourage you to see the work in person if possible.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Exponential at Mt Ida 1/29 - 3/2


"In these works pictorial and dimensional elements expand into space, viewers contemplate the relationship of parts to the whole. We become aware of our minute stature in relation to the planet and to the universe. The artworks are made of resin and paint, found-object assemblage, and laminated cloth."
 

Exponential: Four Artists Explore Infinity
curated by Catherine Carter

featuring the works of

 Catherine Carter, Sand T Kalloch,
Nancy Natale, Jeanne Williamson

The Gallery at Mount Ida College
777 Dedham St. Newton, MA 02459
 
January 29 - March 2, 2013
 
Opening reception: Thursday, February 7, 2013,
from 6 to 8 PM with a gallery talk at 6:30 PM

 
For more info please visit Gallery’s website