CLU Art reception Saturday

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The faculty show opens this Saturday at the Kwan Fong gallery. Saturday 26th January at 3.00 pm. Why not come to this event, then come over to Moorpark and continue enjoying good art and good company?

 Here’s the CLU event page. 

About pearce

Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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2 Responses to CLU Art reception Saturday

  1. pearce says:

    Hi Kristal,

    Thanks! Not at all silly. The silver is above because it is the lunar symbol, which expresses night, the North, the cold sky, where the sun never goes. The gold circle goes below because it is the sun, in the South. As above, so below.

    I’m pretty sure that in Prehistoric Britain people thought of the East as the important direction because its the quarter of the sky in which the sun rises.

  2. Kristal Oz says:

    I was in the gallery this morning and noted the piece entitled Neolithic Geomantic Man and did not know until looking into it that you are the artist. I love the piece! I have a question, that is perhaps silly….but I wonder why you put the silver above his head and the gold below……. if there was a reason or it just felt right to do it that way. Just wondering! Thanks~K

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