Many tables in James Woodfill’s exhibit “The Outside of the Left Side of the Inside” at City Ice Arts are covered in paintings, each a field of color so smooth and layered as to give off its own sheen of luminosity in the dimness, as seen in this installation view.
Many tables in James Woodfill’s exhibit “The Outside of the Left Side of the Inside” at City Ice Arts are covered in paintings, each a field of color so smooth and layered as to give off its own sheen of luminosity in the dimness, as seen in this installation view. From the artist
Many tables in James Woodfill’s exhibit “The Outside of the Left Side of the Inside” at City Ice Arts are covered in paintings, each a field of color so smooth and layered as to give off its own sheen of luminosity in the dimness, as seen in this installation view. From the artist

A sense of immanence pervades KC artist James Woodfill’s exhibit at City Ice Arts

August 20, 2014 07:00 AM

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