Join us for the Opening Friday, Oct 9th, 6:30 to 9:30. Show runs thru November 10th 20 years ago, Noah Saunders participated in his very first art show ever and it was right here at House of Frames and Paintings. He was 16 years old! That show was called A Family Affair and featured him and his parents, James Saunders and Annette Pate. HoFP Gallery has shown his wire sculpture ever since and hosted shows of his work several times in the intervening years.
Noah Saunders’ SCOPE, Looking Forward, Looking Back celebrates two decades of artistic achievement. Please join us as we welcome Noah back to Columbia, note his growth as an artist, and enjoy fabulous new sculpture he’s created in wire. Much of his artistry is about what’s not there. His wire constructs are nearly not there but for light and shadow and amazing presence. This show also premiers Noah’s most monumental piece to date! Plan to stop by here Friday evening, Oct 9th and then, because we’re having A Devine Street Face Off, also go by Southern Pottery at 3105 Devine St. where Olga Yukho’s Masque Parade opens the same night.