Night Light

Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.
Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.
Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.
Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.