Diane Rosenblum’s ‘Golden Drawings’ to be shown in Ketchum starting Dec. 28
KETCHUM — Artist Diane Rosenblum’s intuitively interactive and architecturally stimulating metallic collages, also known as her “Golden Drawings,” will be featured at Architectural Resources-B&B Italia at 110 Lindsay Circle in Ketchum from Dec. 27 to Jan. 31.
A reception with Rosenblum will take place on Dec. 28 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Architectural Resources-B&B Italia.
Rosenblum is a photographer and a conceptual artist whose work is series-driven. In her “Golden Drawings” series, Rosenblum has created numerous small works made from cut strips of metallic paper combined with occasional touches of pencil and expressive paint. The compositions harken back to art deco architectural motifs, Bauhaus and Constructivist design. Reductive, simple and modular, they are each one whole and complete unto themselves, but also work well in series to create larger compositions and narratives. The artist likens their production to musical riffs, which balance improvisation with underlying patterns and structure. They also speak quietly of value and seduction in economic systems, of gilded architecture, of standards, and of currency.
While “Golden Drawings” was featured at the 2017 San Francisco Designer showcase home, Rosenblum realized not only her work, but she, too, was intuitive, and offers insight and introspection into a viewer’s personality after choosing which collage resonates with them the most.
For more information, contact Robin Reiners at 208-720-5457 or email@example.com.