Bradley Duncan: BLUE ROCK - GREEN WIND

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Feb 22, 5 PM - 7 PM — ends Mar 31, 2021
BLUE AND GREEN MINERAL MATTER SEEM TO SHAPE SHIFT IN A PRESENTATION OF
STONEWARE, ROCKS AND MATERIAL FORMS.
DUNCANS FAMILIAR SCULPTURAL LANGUAGE IS PRESENT ON THE WALLS AND HAS EVOLVED TO INCLUDE ENCRUSTED COPPER PANELS AS WELL AS CALCIUM AND CRYSTALIZED PEG WORKS.

THE STONEWARE, A COLLABORATION WITH LUKE SHALAN TECHNE, IS EARTH INSPIRED.
THE DUO DEVELOPED GLAZES THAT MIMIC THE COPPER MINERAL AZURITE,
THE COLORS OF EARTH WHEN VIEWED FROM SPACE,
AND THE AREA WHERE WATER MEETS LAND, MARSH.
THE VESSELS AND BOWLS ARE HAND BUILT IN THE SAN BERNARDINO MOUNTAINS.

RARE GEOLOGICAL BLUE ROCKS ARE PLACED ON ALTARS IN A FORM OF STONE SETTING
REMINISCENT TO THE ART OF BONSAI.
THE MINERALS WHICH ONE COULD EASILY THINK ARE PAINTED
WERE EXCAVATED FROM THE COPPER MOUNTAIN MINING DISTRICT IN MORENCI, ARIZONA.

FRAGMENTS BY MATERIAL FORMS RESEMBLE ARTIFACTS FROM ANOTHER PLANET.
MOON LANDERS WHICH ARE MADE FROM CEMENT, PIGMENT AND BRONZE RESEMBLE UFOS
THEY CAN BE VIEWED FLYING THROUGH SPACE IN VIRTUAL REALITY.

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