Join us for an artist reception Friday, March 2nd, starting at 6 pm, to meet Scott Cordner and see his exciting new exhibit – Apophenia!
Artist’s Statement: Scott Cordner
Apophenia, also known as patternicity, is our tendency to see patterns or connections in unintentional places, such as faces in random scenes. I make conceptual images because something in the scene attracts my attention, be
it a repetition or artistic form.
Sometimes I choose not title my images so that there is no influence and the viewer can find their own meaning. Take a step back and let me know if you see what I see.
See Cordner’s Work in March at Village Frame & Gallery
This exhibit is open to the public, free, during regular business hours: Tuesday – Saturday,
10 am – 6 pm, at 7808 SW Capitol Hwy,
Portland, OR 97219.
New Work by Ceramicist Carson Culp
Carson Culp is a self-taught ceramic artist who shared a double duty at the Multnomah Arts Center for three years as a Ceramic Technician and Youth Clay Instructor. During his time in Portland he was employed at Mudshark Studios and an apprentice at Kelly Pottery. Carson is influenced by traditional Japanese ceramics expressing that with his wood fired and high-fired celadon work. Fresh from his one-year apprenticeship at Leach Pottery in Cornwall, UK, Carson brings his new work to Village Frame and Gallery.
Can’t wait to see you on First Friday in