InLiquid’s partnership with The Yard features a 4-floor co-op workspace with a quarterly rotating art collection within its workspaces and lounge spaces.
InLiquid and The Yard are both dedicated to a meaningful partnership in their efforts to creatively exhibit local artists while blending visual art harmoniously into a diverse work environment made of small businesses and independent freelancers.
The Yard is open to the public by appointment. Please email Programming Director Clare Finin firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
The artists of Disentangled Yesterday explore various forms of mark-making. Adam Erlbaum‘s and Zoë Lukas‘ abstract paintings experiment with layering, adding, and subtracting their patterns and shapes until a cohesive work is created. Cara Roberts uses her development as a woman of color to inform her patterned and gridded artwork that depict an array of colors and the silhouettes of women. Stuart Lehrman‘s photos may seem less abstract by examining the marks on the pavement, but his up-close-and-personal views distort these supposedly familiar markings to create a new interpretation.
These four artists’ formidable talents regarding their use of color and perspective have culminated in a show as vibrant as it is captivating.