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Perennial Small Space: See ‘Portals’ — a ‘Glimpse into Other World’ by Logan Walden — opening Nov 11

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Over the last four months, the 10×10 foot store front of the Mutual building at 625 Madison Avenue has been transformed into an immersive gallery experience where local artists have had their work on display.

There are two more shows to finish out the 2017 season.

Exhibition attendees can expect a captivating viewing experience unique to each show, with every detail of the intimate space in control of the artist, says curator Devan Horton.

The installations will surround the viewer to create a multi-sensory exploration beyond the traditional white walls, giving the artists an opportunity to allow people to experience their work like never before.

The gallery will display art in a variety of mediums including sculpture, mixed media drawing, and paint.

Since opening in July, Horton along with the partnership of Renaissance Covington and the Mutual Building, have successfully put on four installations featuring the works of Xan Conner, Randy Godawa, Chris Gibson, and herself.

“We have had sculptures that you can physically handle, transformed the space into a new environment simulating the deep woods, a live mural painted by the artist throughout the duration of the exhibition, and most recently give the public a chance to play detective while sorting through some of our country’s most notorious conspiracy theories,” says Horton.

“Now we are offering viewers a breath of fresh air with a chance to look into fantastical alien worlds, each partnered with a narrative.”

Join the opening November 11th from 5-9 p.m. for the newest exhibition at Perennial: Small Space.

Portals is an installation put together by local painter Logan Walden who invites you to a world of fantasy through the window of a canvas. Surreal landscapes and figures draw the viewer in, making them feel as if they were living in another dimension, if only for a few moments.

Each painting is accompanied by a story to provide everyone a little more insight into exactly where it might be taking them.

Portals
November 11th-19th
A Glimpse Into Other Worlds by Logan Walden
Opening Reception: November 11th 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Hours: Friday-Sunday 12-5 p.m.

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