John Michael McLain was in LGT!’s show Plastic Sunshine with this piece “Indio.” It is acrylic and colored pencil on fabric.
These are the works of Andrew K. Thompson who was one of several artists in LGT!’s show Nothing Heavy.
Artist Jacqueline Bell Johnson, from the group show Plastic Sunshine.
From The Center
Steel, wood, copper, coffee.
This image is from the project Crit Sessions, curated by Jennifer Frias. Her sculpture is in the middle.
Christy Roberts was an artist included in the show Nothing Heavy. These are images from her performance, Atonement.
approximately 25 hours
Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jewish calendar, begins at sundown September 13th and ends and sundown September 14th. Traditionally, it is believed that God writes one’s fate for the year in the Book of Life and on Yom Kippur, that book is closed with God’s final verdict. Thus Jews spend the day confessing and atoning for their sins, in addition to refraining from eating, drinking, bathing, wearing leather, engaging in sexual relations, and anointing one’s self with fragrance or lotion. It is believed that by denying the body comfort, one denies the soul comfort and is truly able to understand pain and reflect on the pain caused to others.
After participating in the abstention rituals of Yom Kippur, I will confess my sins for the year and beg forgiveness for them from the universe. At sundown, I will purify myself in a homemade Mikveh (a body of “collected water” used in ritual purification) and break my fast with a traditional Jewish feast.
Lisa Talbot’s photgraphs (shown here) were included in the show Nothing Heavy.
Artist Mihyang Kim participated in LGT!’s show Plastic Sunshine, back in July. This is her painting from that show.
Hide Me If You Can
Acrylic on Canvas