For over 50 years, Colorado artist Carley Warren has created art made of wood that explores the intersection between the natural and the man-made. This series was developed by Warren’s specific set of self-imposed rules: Warren uses only three consistent, wooden shapes, and each connection between the pieces is made at a straight angle. From these two basic rules, Warren creates an impressive variety of sculptures and demonstrates the limitless possibilities available even within strict boundaries.
This exhibition is presented alongside Wood.Works in our Main and Upper Galleries. Visit both exhibitions by reserving a free time-slot at the link below!