Paradise and Purgatory
I was informed there were two different floors that had pieces, not sure if they were from the same exhibit. So I chose one from both floors.
The exhibit on the first floor was by Cheryl Wilgren Clyne. â€œThree that were youâ€? was so beautiful and sweet. The model looked so peaceful and serene. The feather shapes added a nice soft texture, almost protecting and cradling the child. She used that same model in two other pieces as well.
The fourth floor had the â€˜Paradise and Purgatoryâ€? exhibit. The piece that really caught my attention was â€˜Ezekiel 1:5â€™ by Josie Lewis. The colors were very bright and beautiful. It was a smaller piece so it took a moment for me to notice that it was a very intricate collage of eyes that made up the shape of the fish. My interpretation would be leaning more towards paradise more than purgatory.