Up close / in the distance / now
Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now
Studio shot of work for Up close / in the distance / now
2018

This shot shows some of the drawings I was finishing up for my show. The following shots will show installation views from the exhibition and some individual shots of specific pieces.

Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now


This view is the entrance to the exhibition with "Conflict of Interest" in the front and three other works partially visible inside the gallery.
Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now


In this view, the work on the floor in the front is "A particular kind of quiet." The drawing on the wall on the left is "The dividing line" and the one next to it is "You might wait forever." The hanging image on the right is "Up close / in the distance / now." (Individual shots of the work can be seen under the menu on the left labeled Scrolls.
Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now


In this view, "Up close / in the distance / now" is shown with part of the second side visible. The far wall has a group of assorted smaller works on paper. The single work on the right is called "Japanese Moss."
Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now


This view faces the entrance into the gallery. The drawing to the right of the entrance is called "The place of possibility" and the long work with red ink on mulberry paper is part of a 5-panel series called "The boiling point." A larger view of this work can be seen in the next image.
Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now


This view shows 5 versions of "The boiling point" with ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper.
Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now


This image is showing the non-text side of the hanging scroll "Up close / in the distance / now" and the works: "The place of possibility," "Boiling point," "Sundowning" and a small section on the floor of "A particular kind of quiet."
Anne Gilman Up close / in the distance / now pencil, graphite, paint, tape, ink, on paper with hand-stained wood
Sundowning
2018
pencil, graphite, paint, tape, ink, on paper with hand-stained wood
134 x 60 inches

This image can be seen on the far wall in the previous image. It is also the image seen on the floor in the first image shown from my studio as I was preparing for this show.
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