Animal Pelts and Human Hair

The Spinello Gallery celebrates its fifth anniversary with "Collectivism," featuring the work of Agustina Woodgate who has been with the Spinello stable since its inception. On view is one of Woodgate's recent monumental pieces, which swallows an entire wall and measures a whopping 10 by 16 feet. For No Rain No Rainbows, the artist collected hundreds of stuffed animals, stripped them of their fur, and then used the multicolored pelts to fashion an eye-popping tapestry of abstract patterns and what appears to be a Buddhist mandala with a blue spider at its center.
Wednesdays-Saturdays, noon. Starts: April 13. Continues through May 28, 2011
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