The show was a mixture of sculpted wire forms and then drawings made from the shadows they cast. The wire forms started at the size of a breadloaf and grew to the size of a beanbag chair. Her ink drawings were all large (@ 3'x3') and captured the essence of her lovely wire forms. They seemed to pop into three dimensions and defy gravity, hanging off the wall. Take a look.
Prices ran $500 from $1500. The show is at the Earlville Opera House through January. To see more of Emily Payne’s work, go to the Cecile Moochnek Gallery website, or contact the artist at Emily@emilypayne.net.