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Known for her sculpture made from everyday materials\, Amanda Wojick’s recent body of work\, The Hawthornes\, finds her worki ng in steel. The exhibition consists of a series of 12 welded steel sculptu res\, each painted in a different color. The sculptures are made of hundred s of hand-cut steel blossom silhouettes\, welded to prickly angular structu res that are human scaled. The sculptures are delicate\, light\, and open y et also angular\, fixed\, and structurally sound. Wojick’s materials and pr ocesses engage a long history of sculpture’s dynamic relationship to orname nt\, decoration\, and modernist ideals. The sculptures\, due to their prese nce in the room\, encourage the viewers’ awareness of the space and substan ce around them. Wojick uses abstraction as a way to describe states of mind that are otherwise indescribable and rooted in nonverbal or kinesthetic as pects of human experience.

LOCATION:Elizabeth Leach Gallery\,417 N.W. 9th Avenue \nPortland\, Oregan SUMMARY:The Hawthornes - Recent Sculpture \, Amanda Wojick END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161206T142424Z UID:263532 DTSTART:20130307T180000 DTEND:20130307T200000 LOCATION:Elizabeth Leach Gallery\,417 N.W. 9th Avenue \nPortland\, Oregan SUMMARY:The Hawthornes - Recent Sculpture \, Amanda Wojick END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR