Preparations for Keliy Anderson-Staley's Imagined Family Heirlooms
Installation processes are in full swing here at the John Cleary Gallery for Keliy Anderson-Staley's Imagined Family Heirlooms, opening this Saturday, March 26 with a reception from 6-8pm.
Keliy and husband, Matt, hanging pieces from her Baking Pan Series. I want cookies NOW!!!
Selections waiting for placement. PICK ME, PICK ME!!
Imagined Family Heirlooms harkens back to the rootless nature of the American identity, with many individuals unable to place family histories back more than one or two generations. This series of installations, comprised of both found and newly-made objects alike, suggests those photographs and sentimental objects one might have collected over the years. Domesticity in a wide range of connotations plays a central part in her works, as is evident in the use of rusted baking pans as a unifying visual motif.
As is the nature of the beast, we are sad to see Renate Aller's One View, Ten Yearsexhibit coming to a close but simultaneously thrilled to welcome Keliy to her first solo show here at the gallery!
Please join us for the opening this weekend or stop by anytime during the next month to see the exhibit or peruse our other selections.
Catherine hard at work on the website!