A solo exhibition at Alto Gallery | Opening reception October 4th 6p-10p
We live in a fast-paced world; children grow up learning how to become busy and adults live toeing the line between an outward presentation of self vs. a rawer internal self. We do not have time to stop and process anymore. We are bombarded with information and requests constantly. Yet expected to be forever reflective and introspective. We are sometimes asked to be ourselves in a world where we struggle to find our most authentic way of functioning.
So how do we figure out who we are while still accomplishing our most audacious goals?
About the Exhibition:
Years of collecting, creating, thinking, expounding, and collecting and creating again have resulted in “A Gentle Pause”. Gram leads you through a showcase of strength, down her path of unfortunate circumstances and growth. She attempts to process past life experiences while living through real-time demands of existing.
While the exhibition extends an encouraging hand, the work itself presents as a large expanse for you to insert your own interpretation. Abstract in nature and deeply personal, all that Gram asks is that you walk with her, sit with her, talk and look with her; but also simultaneously at yourself.
Process the work in front of you while you process your most personal journey. Sit alone while also completely engulfed in humanity at the same time. Gram has created a space that is together overwhelming and welcoming within the same moment, presenting to you an opportunity to feel her development as she is experiencing it. "A Gentle Pause" takes your hand and guides you through the scrapbook of Gram’s life, from her California roots to her adult life in Denver.
Allow yourself the opportunity to venture into the mind of Moe Gram and take a
the moment for a gentle pause.