BOYS, JOKES AND THINGS
Opening reception Sunday October 13, 2-5pm
Show dates October 13-December 29, 2013
Hours by appointment
Across the room
and over the fireplace
is [a mantel] our mantle
We place the things on the mantel that hold value to us.
Here is [a photo] a postcard.
There is a trophy.
We tastefully decorate with homey objects that taste mildly aspirational.
We display soft monuments made of paper and blood and plaster and yarn and limp erections and glue.
A copy of something by Isherwood by Forster by Auden by Döblin.
This is familiar.
This is so familiar it feels embarrassing.
Two candle sticks over a fireplace.
A matching mid-century sofa set.
The sacred and the profane sit on opposite sides of this domestic setting.
Our domestic setting.
Dawn Cerny received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle Washington and her MFA at Bard College, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. Cerny works in a variety of mediums, including painting, printmaking and sculpture. Her work has been shown at numerous venues including Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington; Or Gallery, Vancouver, Canada; and Night Gallery, Los Angeles, California. Dawn Cerny was born in Santa Barbara, California and lives in Seattle, Washington and SEASON is honored to show this new work.
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