‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536)’ at shown at  NCSU Gregg Museum of Art & Design  (Oct. 2018 – Feb. 2019)   After two+ years in the making we were beyond  excited to see the Vernon Pratt solo exhibit we'd worked so hard on, ‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536)’, finally installed in Oct. of 2018.   After  spending nearly two years in our basement (and 30+ years in an unconditioned warehouse), the painting has been restored and is being displayed for the first time ever due to its size (even the artist never saw it displayed completely). The  painting is made up of 256 individual panels measuring a total of 1534 sf. While originally planned to be 16 panels tall x 16 panels wide (+/- 36’ x 42-6’), this installation is being shown at an astounding 18' x 110' +/- (including spaces  between panels). Be sure to check it out if you find yourselves in Raleigh before Feb. 10th. It will truly be unlike anything you've ever seen before and/or will likely ever see again (until we find a museum to give it a  permanent home at least).    THIS PAINTING IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR A PERMANENT HOME WITHIN A MAJOR MUSEUM COLLECTION  . Please contact us for further information.    *Images courtesy of    Keith Isaacs    © 2019
       
     
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 ‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536)’ at shown at  NCSU Gregg Museum of Art & Design  (Oct. 2018 – Feb. 2019)   After two+ years in the making we were beyond  excited to see the Vernon Pratt solo exhibit we'd worked so hard on, ‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536)’, finally installed in Oct. of 2018.   After  spending nearly two years in our basement (and 30+ years in an unconditioned warehouse), the painting has been restored and is being displayed for the first time ever due to its size (even the artist never saw it displayed completely). The  painting is made up of 256 individual panels measuring a total of 1534 sf. While originally planned to be 16 panels tall x 16 panels wide (+/- 36’ x 42-6’), this installation is being shown at an astounding 18' x 110' +/- (including spaces  between panels). Be sure to check it out if you find yourselves in Raleigh before Feb. 10th. It will truly be unlike anything you've ever seen before and/or will likely ever see again (until we find a museum to give it a  permanent home at least).    THIS PAINTING IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR A PERMANENT HOME WITHIN A MAJOR MUSEUM COLLECTION  . Please contact us for further information.    *Images courtesy of    Keith Isaacs    © 2019
       
     

‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536)’ at shown at NCSU Gregg Museum of Art & Design (Oct. 2018 – Feb. 2019)

After two+ years in the making we were beyond excited to see the Vernon Pratt solo exhibit we'd worked so hard on, ‘ALL THE POSSIBILITIES OF FILLING IN SIXTEENTHS (65,536)’, finally installed in Oct. of 2018.

After spending nearly two years in our basement (and 30+ years in an unconditioned warehouse), the painting has been restored and is being displayed for the first time ever due to its size (even the artist never saw it displayed completely). The painting is made up of 256 individual panels measuring a total of 1534 sf. While originally planned to be 16 panels tall x 16 panels wide (+/- 36’ x 42-6’), this installation is being shown at an astounding 18' x 110' +/- (including spaces between panels). Be sure to check it out if you find yourselves in Raleigh before Feb. 10th. It will truly be unlike anything you've ever seen before and/or will likely ever see again (until we find a museum to give it a permanent home at least).

THIS PAINTING IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR A PERMANENT HOME WITHIN A MAJOR MUSEUM COLLECTION. Please contact us for further information.

*Images courtesy of Keith Isaacs © 2019

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