Sprout Coworking Providence
Exhibition of Three Artists
Drawings by Anthony DiPalma, watercolors by Jean Patiky and an installation of flying crows by Serena Bates.
A MURDER IN PROVIDENCE:
A Mixed Media Installation by Serena Bates
Created with papier-mâché, wire, screws, wood, paint, found objects and sound
A group of crows is called a MURDER (like a gaggle of geese or a herd of cattle). These crows are flying through a portal in space and time to deliver a message. Crows are harbingers of news. They are coming from another dimension with a message of tolerance. Change is coming. Will it be good or will it be bad?
Serena Bates is a local Rhode Island sculpture form Westerly. She is typically a bronze and stone carver. This is a special instillation for Sprout.
The artwork is on view all month during business hours, M-F, 9-5, at Sprout Coworking.