A Rug Really Ties the Room Together was a site specific installation utilizing the language of painting to create an immersive environment similar to the interiors depicted within the paintings that were part of the installation. A Rug Really Ties the Room Together was created as part of the group exhibit Make Space at the Berkely Art Center in 2014. A Rug Really Ties the Room Together was created with acrylic paint, paper, upcycled shipping pallets, tape combined with acrylic and spray paint paintinting created in my studio.
From the Make Space press release: ”Berkeley Art Center is thrilled to present Make Space, a group exhibition featuring new and existing work by, Randy Dixon, Nancy Ivanhoe, Tressa Pack, Erik Parra, Dimitra Skandali. This show challenges artists to re-contextualize their art practice within the walls of the Berkeley Art Center; an art space like no other in the Bay Area.”
For more information please visit the Berkeley Art Center website.