RESURRECTION THE SPIRITUAL QUALITIES OF TRASH: Wayne Hall
OPENING SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 4 - 9 PM
A collection of works created from the debris of daily life by local outsider artist Wayne Hall. David Searcy writes about Hall's mysterious and obsessive studio practice and the reason we must now examine his work. Searcy's essay appears in the March issue of Oxford American.
TRACY HICKS RETROSPECTIVE, October 2015
SOUTHERN INTENTIONS DINNER, Summer 2015
Southern Intentions Dinner: Three artists collaborate their mediums of ceramics, food and printmaking in a single evening event. Chef Lindsey Byrd served homemade fried chicken and sides on porcelain dishes made exclusively for the event by Brent Pafford. The paper lining guests' porcelain baskets was spotted and streaked by the grease, and saved by Adrienne Lichliter to process into her method for making wood lithograph prints. Each guest received the print resulting from their basket following the dinner, as well as their three-piece Pafford porcelain dinnerware set. For interest, please follow the Southern Intentions Dinner website for future events. To be notified about 100W Dinners hosted seasonly, please express interest on the Contact page.
Noel Camardo's residency month of walking and observing Corsicana has produced a notable series titled Dusty Roses. Noel is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY focusing on the humor and pathos of life. View the complete work at www.noelcamardo.com
Dome Project Underway: These tranquil structures are being designed and built by Randell Morgan and Phillip Mcvean in the 100W Woodshop to outfit meditation centers, markets, and landscapes small and large with beautiful shelters.