This solo exhibition highlights significant works by Gregory Dirr in a series called Pages from The Big Book . This culmination of work is an epic narrative exploring the dualities of existential themes – love, evil, fear, death, birth. Without using pages, this story is told through whimsical and chaotic scenes interpreted differently by a spectrum of reoccurring characters. While approaching traditional and experimental processes, this body of work is characterized by differing media specific to each piece.
Opening Reception -- Friday, December 2, 2022; 6pm - 10pm. Click here for tickets.
Gregory Dirr is a multidisciplinary artist with varying bodies of work. His interest in imagined landscapes, classic children’s stories, and duality are carefully illustrated by his spontaneous use of upcycled media. While traversing underlying concepts of existence, his work navigates the viewer through life experiences