Exhibition opens Friday, February 4th @ 8PM
Friday, Feb. 4 we open an exhibition that is sure to be the talk of the town for a good, long time. This is one of those shows that years from now people who didn’t attend will lie about and say they did. This presentation may change the perception of sculpture as a figurative medium and is already carrying museum-level buzz. What could this be, you ask?: Charon’s Pantheon.
Myron Conan Dyal has exhibited at Otis, Grand Central Art Center, and Billy Shire Fine Arts. His medium is papier mache coated in acrylic paint. He is an educated artist from the visionary tradition, who was diagnosed with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy after a lifetime of hallucinatory seizures. Charon has been his guardian throughout these episodes, and the goddesses in his pantheon represent a modern mythology -one with no prescribed dogma.
While developing the concepts for this show, composer and friend Dr. Jennifer Logan developed an aural counterpart for Myron’s creations. Each composition is an harmonic and transcendental representative of each goddess within the pantheon. There is a magic restored in these drawings, in these statues, and in these soundscapes that is otherwise absent from the world. The tangible weight of the materials and the gradual minimalism of the compositions are diametrically opposed to the relative gravity of the pieces combined.
La Luz de Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd.
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