Pattern Burst Art Show in Center City

May 15, 2019/ by Olivia Ramirez

On Wednesday, May 15th from 5:30-7:30PM, we’re thrilled to be hosting the opening art reception for Pattern Burst at The Yard: Center City. Curated by InLiquid Art + Design, the show features works by seven artists exploring systematic patterns across mediums.

To attend the opening reception and get the opportunity to meet the artists, submit your RSVP here.

About the Exhibition

Featured in this exhibition are Anthony Vega, Caroline Gore, Eric Toscano, Janos Korodi, Melinda Steffy, Mark Price, and Sarah Sadie Slate. The artists’ works include collage, acrylic and watercolor paintings, silkscreen prints, and more across three floors of The Yard. These selected artworks provide a poetic collection of harvested materials, data, and ideas that are systematically translated into vivid compositions.

A Few Words From InLiquid Art + Design

Pattern Burst is an exhibition that explores patterns created by the tenacious combination of imagination and repetition. From Anthony Vega’s examination of online media to one of Bartók’s preludes transformed by Melinda Steffy into tiny swatches of watercolor, Pattern Burst examines the artists’ collection of data that is then translated to beautiful metaphors for everyday life.

 

Art by Mark Price

Artwork courtesy of Mark Price and InLiquid Art + Design

The exhibition will be on view at The Yard: Center City until August, 2019. Special thanks to InLiquid Art + Design for bringing this diverse collection of works to The Yard. We’re looking forward to hosting the exhibition and sourcing inspiration from the collection over the next few months!

*The artwork featured in the cover image of this post, Too Little, Too Late by Sarah Sadie Slate, is not currently on display at The Yard but is available for purchase in the show’s online gallery here.


This exhibition is part of The Yard Art Program, which features seasonally rotating art exhibitions and permanent collections across The Yard’s locations. You can read more about our current exhibitions on our blog.