John Sanders

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
February 7, 2014 to April 20, 2014

This exhibit consists of several paintings and sculptures that are, in part, a continuation of Sanders' previous exhibit Indivisibler, where textures and materials fuse together to generate an association between the human body and art. His work traces connections between body, architecture and landscape in order to merge them into an increasingly undifferentiated mass. By noting analogous textures and functions between one's own skin and fiberglass insulation, he connects what's inside with what's outside. The exhibit includes a wall of pink fiberglass insulation, paintings, drawings and sculptures.  Sanders, who lives in Pittsburgh, earned his MFA at Ohio University.

Website:  www.indivisibler.com