Archway Gallery presents Sherry Tseng Hill and Jim Adams: "Houston Remixed: Songs, Dances, and Sentinels of Time" opening reception
Sherry Tseng Hill and Jim Adams 's exhibition, "Houston Remixed: Songs, Dances, and Sentinels of Time," will be on display at Archway Gallery.
Having lived in Houston for most of her life, Sherry Tseng Hill has observed the quiet transformation of the city from a scruffy, sprawling, swamp of a place to a powerhouse of intellect, culture, and diversity. For this show, she weaves her observations, experiences, and stories of the city's past, present, and future presenting them in a collection of wide ranging works that is reflective of this diversity.
In contrast to the fluidity of time in Hill's work, Jim Adams’ "Sentinels" seem timeless and permanent. Fashioned from square and rectangular pieces of steel tube sections, the 11 monolithic pieces articulate a strong and omniscient quality. Each seems solitary and distant, yet all are linked together and connected to one another. They silently stand watch over the transformations of time and our city.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until March 1.