Katy Stone's site-specific installation "More Light" at Oxbow

 

Employing an array of materials including plastic film, paper, sequins, and ribbon, Katy Stone responds to the movement of light and shadow within Oxbow gallery to create an installation that captures and magnifies light's presence. At a time of seasonal shift, More Light explores amassment and light as fact and metaphor.

Katy Stone's work merges aspects of drawing, painting and sculpture, and is rooted in site specific, temporary installation.  She uses a variety of industrial, synthetic materials to create complexly layered, architecturally-scaled assemblages that evoke natural phenomena and explore states of transformation.  

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SCHEDULE:

Gallery Hours (April 1-14)
Sunday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday/Saturday
4pm-7pm

Opening Reception and Artist Talk at Oxbow 6118 12th Ave South
Saturday, March 31 from 2:00-5:00 pm
Artist Talk at 3:00 pm

Closing Reception
Saturday, April 14 (Part of the Georgetown Art Attack)
6pm-9pm

About the artist:

Stone received her BFA from Iowa State University and her MFA from the University of Washington. She has exhibited widely, including at Suyama Space; Boise Art Museum; Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art; McNay Museum of Art; Missoula Art Museum; University of Richmond; and at The Whatcom Museum. Her work is held in numerous collections including Boise Art Museum, City of Seattle, Columbia University, Iowa State University, Microsoft, and the McNay Museum of Art. Stone has completed major commissions for the GSA Art in Architecture Program at the Jackson Federal Courthouse, Jackson, MS; Ross School of Business, University of Michigan; Swedish Medical Center, Seattle; and Woodmont Library, Des Moines, among others.  She is represented by Ryan Lee Gallery, New York, Robischon Gallery, Denver, and Johansson Projects, Oakland.  She lives and works in Seattle.

http://www.katystone.net

Oxbow is a place where diverse disciplines cross and collaborate—experimenting through art installations, performances, workshops, music, films, and lectures—as well as community and private events.