May 29, 2022

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Andrew Rice’s “A Future We Were Promised. A Future…

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Now on perspective at Talon Gallery in Portland, Oregon is artist Andrew Rice’s solo exhibition, “A Future We Had been Promised. A Foreseeable future That In no way Came.”

Andrew suggests of the do the job, “the items in this overall body of perform are collages comprised completely of previous comedian reserve imagery. Most of the textbooks were being from my childhood and likewise the parts in this body of do the job have a definite sense of nostalgia. I am drawn into the youthful optimism the comedian book imagery holds. This plan of the long run we ended up promised. A long run that in no way arrived.I relate the collage pieces to my get the job done as a printmaker in a ton of strategies. By means of the layering, the texture making and the meticulous reducing and putting, the act of earning feels a whole lot like producing a print. In its own way, it is a variety of print “making.” I am earning a new piece of initial perform out of an version, working backwards from what my printmaker self is trained and common with.It is not as important to me at the instant to make my very own, one of a kind marks, but somewhat use a visu- al catalog that already exists to make a new piece. An writer, or poet almost never makes a new phrase, but can continue to explain to an totally unique story with the words accessible in their language. I am searching at collage in a similar way. Employing the photos that are by now at my disposal to convey to a new, but acquainted tale.”



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