Tammie Rubin: Everything You Ever

Opening reception: Saturday, November 17, 7-9 pm
The wispy tendrils of the native Texas ball moss serves as a signifier of gathering chaos, conclave connections, concentrated confusion, a labyrinth of values, and growing will. Sculptures are constructed of knots and tangles of twine and rope, embedded with steel wool and cotton, and armatures of wire. These forms are then overwhelmed with porcelain slip, covering, drowning, distorting and obscuring the original. What will be lost? What will remain? Free & open to the public.
Exhibition on view through January 10, 2019.