A few months back, a good friend Leigh Medeiros asked me if there were no limits at all, what my creative fantasy would be. I took some time to think, and then began to imagine a multimedia art installation with sound and imagery that merges scenes from outer space with sacred geometry symbols and visual interpretations of sound waves. At the time it all seems so elaborate and fanciful. It seemed like a wild playful fantasy.
But then I thought…. hmmmm. What’s stopping me from trying?
I am so privileged to be part of the Hotpoint Emporium artist co-op in Bristol RI, which allowed me to allocate a very unique space in their Underground Gallery to build this creative experiment of mine. I’ve spent months developing my Planetary Hybrid series of metal prints, and for the Planetarium project I went BIG. Shimmering metallic artworks span three walls of a dark cave-like environment, illuminated almost as if by the light of the stars themselves. There is a soundscape of outer space recordings from NASA and even a stool for sitting in contemplation. And visitors to what I like to call the Underground Planetarium can even take piece of it home with them! Artworks are available as small as 4×6″ and as large as 16×24″. Prices starting at $25.
Is it out of this world? You’ll have to come see for yourself, but for me it is beyond my wildest dreams!
Hotpoint Emporium – Planetarium located in the Underground Gallery
39 State Street • Bristol RI
open 7 days