Showing a group of translucent fiberglass sculpture with organic formats. In some cases electric light shows through; in others light passes through forms
giving the forms transparency.
The title of the exhibit which features three sculptures fabricated in fiberglass and plexiglass incorporates references to the materials used and the concept behind the works themselves, says Viney. “Fiberglass is a series of fibers that hold light and plexiglass allows light to either pass directly through or be reflected off its surface. Both materials allow an outer form to be built and an inner construction to be seen through that outer surface. Using light or reflective materials can give a sculpture an inner glow.” Viney has been working with these materials for 30 years.
Sarah Lawrence College, at 915 at Kimball Avenue Heimbold Visual Arts Center Bronxville, NY 10708
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