What We Hold On To
Corrine Woodman Gallery
November 22 – December 31, 2022
Reception (CAW): Thursday December 15, 2022
5:30 – 7:00 PM
In the series What We Hold On To by local artist Jeff Gunn, each sculpture presents a figure open for interpretation, with a potential narrative for the viewer to discover. This body of work invites the viewer to stop and investigate the subtle aspects of each sculpture, and reflect on each posture, face (or no face) and platform supporting the figure.What do we hold on to? The list is endless, from the abstract to the literal.
The objects being held might suggest the obvious, such as “I am a fisherman”, or a figure holding on to a loved one might suggest cherished family time. However, asking deeper questions will only enhance a viewer’s experience. “What emotions are interlaced with the things we hold on to?”
Love Jeff Gunn’s work? The Arts Center invites you to visit 5 Dudes at Bald Hill.
To say “Hi” to Gunn’s Dudes, simply follow the clues below, BUT please leave the Dudes behind for others to find.
Dude One: From the barn, walk up Summit road, find me on the trail heading southeast.
Dude Two: Walk the paved path from the south end to the 1st bench, find me 1/2 mile up the zig-zag trail.
Dude Three: Find us at the intersection of Dog Run Trail and the service road.
Dude Four: Just hanging out looking for visitors 1/2 mile from north parking lot on Mulkey trail.
Dude Five: Find me just meditating in the barn.
We want to know if you can find Gunn’s Dudes. Share a selfie with one or more Dudes to Instagram with the @theartscenter tag and the hashtag #GunnsDudes.
Everyone who posts between now and January 20th, 2023 will be entered to win a Family Level TAC membership and a surprise piece by Jeff Gunn.