Art Vandenberg: Steles

Come see my solo show

Jun 14-24, 2017

at Poem88, part of Correspondences series

Reception 5-8pm Sat Jun 17

1123 Zonolite Rd., Suite 20A

ATLANTA, GA

 
Stele - 1 Stake - A 2017 · digital archival color print, acrylic mounted · 14"x7.5" 

Stele - 1 Stake - A

2017 · digital archival color print, acrylic mounted · 14"x7.5" 

 
 

#CosmicTipi (with #ManySelvesTipi and #TalismanTipi in background)

#CosmicTipi (with #ManySelvesTipi and #TalismanTipi in background)

#MemoriesTipi

#MemoriesTipi

Now through Summer 2017:

#Tipis Installation at Floataway Community, 1123 Zonolite Road, Atlanta GA

Contact Poem88 (http://www.poem88.net) for more info.


 

Quantum differentiation shield 

24.25" x 30" framed; pen & ink on double notebook paper; 2015

Exhibited 2016, "Sense of Place" Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA

See review

KIMONO: Kinetic, information modulated objective neuron self-organization (space-time continuum fabric)

24.25" x 30" framed; pen & ink on double notebook paper; 2015

HONORABLE MENTION, National Juried Competition: Works On Paper-2016, Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, Long Beach Island, NJ. 

See review

Past encrypts future/future decrypts past

37.5"x29" framed; pen & ink on paper

Exhibited 2016,  Metro Montage XVI, Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art, Marietta, GA

Deep Dive

2013 (Pen & ink, color pencil on paper; 32.5"x47.5")

Exhibited 2015, "Sprawl! Drawing Outside the Lines" High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA (Purchased with High's Antinomy Fund, 2015.150 a-c)

See review

 

Browse series


Psign to Psymbol: an archaeology of art

The Past is merely the Future that has passed by this moment of NOW.

 
... and as the artifacts are found they speak to me of what my personal perceptions are and then become a foil against which I can measure my progression. In a sense none of this is new or unknown/ everyone must exercise somewhat the same kind of selection and choice. In this sense one could wave off the following excerpts from my memory as just so much more fodder on the road to wisdom and the prospect of having to read, much less understand, the complexities that the author has chosen to elaborate, could possibly exhaust any of the tolerance that is expected. For the key to this map is none other than that is unimportant that any of it even be read. A mere weighing of the material in hand will suffice to demonstrate the gravity of the same. And there is enough levity in the undertaking to lay to rest any fears concerning the unknowable.
— p. iv, Vandenberg, Arthur
 

Thesis, Georgia State University, 1979. Available at: scholarworks.gsu.edu/art_design_theses/169