Modern Guilt: New Works by Andrew Shondrick & Matt Miller is the next exhibition at E11even 2. Modern Guilt is mix of ideas spawning from shifts in social values and constant over correction to the current state of the world in all of its good, bad and crazy.
Miller says, “Andrew and I met in art school while earning our BFA degrees at The Myers School of Art. I think our mutual interests in Lowbrow and Pop Surreal Art (really all things deemed NOT “art school worthy”) as well as our stubbornness to only make what we wanted to make began a friendship that evolved as our personal work grew from intro level courses all the way to our final semester of advanced painting courses.”
What can guests expect from the exhibition? Andrew Shondrick says, “I wanted to take a step back and try to identify some of the subtleties of this liquid state within my own life and familiar surroundings. I am ultimately sympathetic to the human condition and our quixotic intentions. We have success and folly. We often muddle the two and can rarely tell them apart. We are doing our best, as best we know.”
The works will be in the form of paintings in the mediums of oil and acrylic paints.
These works will be on display May 18th – June 15, 2018. The opening reception for Modern Guilt will be on May 18th from 5-9 pm at e11even 2.