"Only So Long Can One Look at Nothing"
Steve Driscoll, "Only So Long Can One Look at Nothing," 2015, rethane on panel, 78” x 96”.
In his latest body of work, artist Steve Driscoll tips us off to what's going on by borrowing the show's title from a lyric by American songwriter John Prine. "Actually everything is just about the same" reflects a serial approach, in which the artist presents variations of four images of the Canadian wilderness, each painted in his signature medium of pigmented urethane. Opening Receptions Friday, May 1 from 7-9 pm and Saturday, May 2 from 2 - 4 pm. This is the Grand Opening exhibition at our new location, 12323-104 Ave.