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At Ramon’s Tailor
We are very pleased to announce our highly anticipated one-year anniversary show Searose Garden. A journey through time into a mysterious sea town made of discarded relics and deteriorated landscapes to a society where person and place are unified to create one. Part man, part machine, part architecture–the Searose garden was created as an exploration into the surreal world of visionary gardens. Come explore these visually magnetic narratives in a constructed installation by artist Kathleen Clasen. This show will be up through September 15th.
A collection of objects that were on display from May-June 2012 at Ramon’s Tailor. Abandoned paintings, remnants from nature or plain old trash; the formalized presentation in the show served to highlight the societal commentary as well as generate a simple query: What is beautiful? What is art?
Over the past decade these objects were collected, gathered or found on city streets or mountain paths; some pieces are natural, some man-made.
The show was intended to allow the viewer to contemplate not only the objects on display, but to ponder further as you encounter your own journeys over many roads, paths, trails and streets. What do you see? What do you ignore? What is beautiful? What is trash? What do you leave behind? and what do you pick-up and take home?
See photos from this show.
Bridging the gap between the known and unknown is how photographer Paul Inman stays present. This W.C. installation is a sketchbook or a visual inventory of his father’s life — the photographs and negatives that were never printed. View more photos.