Rebecca Trawick of Chaffey College's Wignall Museum/Gallery will exhibit at phd gallery in St Louis.
- Rebecca Trawick lives in L.A. and David Wallace lives in Pittsburgh. The two artists, who have never met each other, have completed nearly fifty collages using the U.S. Postal Service to send work back and forth until both decided a piece was finished. phd gallery will hang thirty of their finest works, flanked by thumbnail photos taken by the artists which show the stages of progression. Meet the artists at the opening night reception as they meet each other for the first time. The series debuted in Pittsburgh in January of 2007. Janera Soloman, visual arts critic for The Pittsburgh City Paper had this to say: "This beautiful collection of collages holds no specific thematic intentions; there are no hidden messages to interpret. Each piece offers its own vocabulary, images for which viewers can create their own meanings. Or one can simply appreciate the image for its aesthetic value as a beautiful work of art."
The opening night reception is Saturday October 13, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. The exhibition is on view October 13 - December 1, 2007. phd gallery is located at 2300 Cherokee Street in St. Louis. Hours are noon to 4:00 p.m., Thursday through Sunday. (314) 664-6644.