In bG Gallery’s latest exhibit, Circle Logic, artists are invited to interpret the dimensions of a circle and how they convey the interconnections within our lives and environments. While working with a variety of disciplines and artistic styles, spiritual and cultural significances are examined.
Circles may be reminiscent of abstract musical notation, astronomical geometry, or in the natural sciences. Representations include: celestial bodies, biological cells, logos, toys, labels, clock faces, modern machinery, and spheres. Circles may be decorative or may be compositional devices such as vignettes and roundels. Variations of the circle may morph into boundaries, disk, semicircles, a segment of a circle, an arc, elliptical curves or convex/concave surfaces, dividing the interior of the form from the exterior.