Mobiles and Stabiles — Postponed
Thursday, June 18 - Saturday, July 25
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, this exhibit is postponed until next season.
This exhibit explores sculptures capable of being moved by air currents, taking advantage of the principle of equilibrium and suspension, and sculptures that suggest movement. The terms, Mobiles and Stabiles, were coined by Marcel Duchamp in 1931 to describe the early works of Alexander Calder, who established this art form prolifically until his death in 1976. This show focuses on the interpretation of this art form by two noted Carroll County artists, Charlie Maiorana and Thomas Sterner. All the artworks in the show are new and have been produced in 2020 specifically for this exhibit.
Thursday, June 18, 5 – 7 pm