Infrastructure represents opportunity. That was the thinking of “construction clown” Raymond Thunder-Sky, the quiet, self-taught artist and downtown icon who saw possibility for improvement whenever a wrecking ball swung. In his world, police stations gave way to amusement parks.
Like a demolition
crew working on a building, the artists of
Infrastructure at Thunder-Sky Inc. are stripping art to its essential
elements. Through their abstract paintings, they present opportunities to
reflect, marvel and dream.
boiling art down to its infrastructure,” says Bill Ross, co-founder of the
gallery showcasing “unconventional” artists, including those with disabilities.
This exhibit in particular democratizes art and
artists, as viewers inevitably make comparisons to the masters of Abstract
Infrastructure continues at Thunder-Sky, Inc. through Feb. 11. Read Kathy Schwartz's full review here.