Opening reception for the juried Palm Springs Open at the Archangel Gallery, September 18, 2015. Nancy Wothington’s interactive wall relief “Cat Go Fish” was featured in the exhibition, which runs through October 12. Nancy describes her artwork at “serious fun”. It is about predators and prey featuring a talking cat and a fowl mouthed catfish which both interact with participants.
Nancy Worthington’s interactive space alien sculpture “The Visitors” displayed at The Salon For The Parched in conjunction with Bob Bogard’s presentation “Was Venus from Mars?” Visit “The Visitors”
“Cat—Go Fish” as the predator and the prey, is the newest of Nancy Worthington’s on-going works that addresses my fascination with cats. As social commentary with comic overtones, this interactive mixed-media wall sculpture with light and sound allows the viewer to make the catfish talk and the cat meow. Serious Fun!
Technology is a double-edged sword. As technology leaps exponentially forward–can society keep pace with it’s laws and ethics? My sculpture “Automaton” tackles these issues by asking the question, “Will human beings become obsolete in an age of computers and highly refined machines?”
Nancy Worthington’s “LA City Pulse–One” will be exhibited in the “Characteristics” show at Venus Studios Gallery in Palm Desert from July 1 through August 9th.
“Catwoman–Heroine or Villianess” featured in the California
Dreaming exhibit at the Archangel Gallery, May 15 through July 31, 1103 North Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs,CA. 760-320-4795. The amazing “Catwoman” along with the “Femalines” series are viewable from the front entrance windows.
Palm Springs Art Museum’s Contemporary Arts Council (CAC) will hold an Art Salon in Nancy Worthington’s Studio on April 16. Nancy Worthington’s controversial artwork “The Crossing” will be featured in this event.