Garry Noland with Cory Imig: Pitty Patt(rn)

Artists Garry Noland and Cory Imig visually interpret ­– and re-invent – language, patterns, and ideas about the natural world using a variety of media, from acrylic paint on wood panels to duct tape and National Geographic magazines.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
9:00am @ Central Library

In the exhibit Pitty Patt(rn), artists Garry Noland and Cory Imig visually interpret—and re-invent—language, patterns, and ideas about the natural world using a variety of media, from acrylic paint on wood panels to duct tape and National Geographic magazines. According to Noland, "Our most basic human attitudes mimic the globe we live on. The waters erode the land while the land pushes back the water. Each requires the other for definition. Similarly, the alphabet requires space between the letters. The small leap, then, is to conclude that the continents we ride on and the water around us are like letters. The globe is a text."

Noland graduated with a BA in the History of Art from the University of Missouri. Imig received her BFA in Fibers from Savannah College of Art and Design.

This exhibit is curated by Sean Kelley.

Meet the Artists on Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Library.